The Atletico Madrid head coach believes that the French international is a midfielder, a striker in all round into one.
Last night the Atletico Madrid superstar scored the winning goal for his side against the Leicester City in the Champions league quarter-final.
The Atletico Madrid side take a soprano advantage against their counterpart to the KING power stadium for the second leg of the quarter-final in the next week,
Last night Griezmann scored a single goal against the Foxes from a controversial spot kick.
But last night the French international played some formidable football for his side and that caught the eye of the Atletico Madrid’s coach Simeone’s eye.
After the match, the Atletico Madrid head coach said: "Griezmann is a fabulous player,"
"He is very complete. You do not know what position he plays in. He works in midfield, assists like a number 10 and finishes line a number nine.
"He is a player that knows this season finale is an important moment for him and he is assuming responsibility with the status he has."
The Argentine coach accolades about his teammates after the match and also believes the Leicester City would be pleased to taking a narrow deficit at home,
In the previous round, they managed to beat another Spanish outfit Sevilla on their home ground.
Simeone added: "It was a hard-fought match. It's a good win for us but the second leg will be difficult,"
"It's all still to play for. We live from game to game. First, we have to face well the match on Saturday [at home to Osasuna in LaLiga] and then tie is at 50-50. I don't think anyone we work with feels we are already in the semi-finals.
"We expect a fantastic night of football at Leicester – the English atmosphere, the fans on top of the pitch. It was a pure football night."
The Spanish outfit managed to extend their clean sheet in their home soil to 16 shutouts in 18 matches,
Their goalkeeper Jan Oblak was a spectator last night against the Leicester City side.
Koke the Atletico Madrid midfielder is pleased with the result.
Simeone voiced: "We have to be happy, we would all have signed for 1-0,"
"We knew it was going to be a very complicated game, they were not going to back down.
"There we expect a different game because they have to attack us. They are the Premier League champions, a very complicated team. We're going to give everything there to go through."