The defensive double act was the basis on which David Wagner’s side kept clean sheets in their first three Premier League games of the campaign.
And Jorgensen thinks his partnership with Schindler will continue to improve.
“I think it’s only going to get better from now on as I make my play fit in better with Christopher’s and vice versa,” he said.
“He’s a really good defender. He’s aggressive, good in the air, fairly fast and I think he’s shown he’s more than ready to play in the Premier League.”
The Danish defender, signed from FC Copenhagen in the summer, was asked whether Schindler might be good enough to earn international recognition with world champions Germany.
“He does have that international quality in his game,” Jorgensen added.
“It’s a very difficult national team squad to get into, but I think he’s right there and at least now his name of course is getting bigger, in Germany as well.”
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