Leeds should look at Lewie Coyle's Fleetwood teammate after blistering start to the season

A general view of Elland Road Stadium prior to kick off in the Sky Bet Championship League match between Leeds United and Bolton Wanderers, at Elland Road Stadium on March 5, 2016 in Leeds,...

Leeds United should consider monitoring one of Lewie Coyle's current teammates after his fantastic start to the season.

Lewie Coyle of Fleetwood Town in action during the Sky Bet League One match between Northampton Town and Fleetwood Town at Sixfields on August 12, 2017 in Northampton, England.

With Lewie Coyle moving to Highbury Stadium on loan for the season, it would be no surprise if Leeds are keeping a keen eye on the fortunes of Fleetwood Town this term. 

Coyle has been fantastic for the League One side and looks set to come back to Elland Road next summer ready to be Luke Ayling's understudy for the Whites.

Fleetwood Town manager Uwe Rosler looks on during the Sky Bet League One match between Northampton Town and Fleetwood Town at Sixfields on August 12, 2017 in Northampton, England.Fleetwood Town manager Uwe Rosler, who, of course, managed Leeds briefly

But perhaps Coyle should not be the only player in Uwe Rosler's squad that the Leeds scouts have a look at over the coming months, with one of their players making a fantastic start to the campaign.

Devante Cole - son of Premier League legend, Andy - has begun the season in fine form, scoring seven goals and contributing three assists in 11 games for Fleetwood, so perhaps should be added to the players that Leeds have a look at over the coming months.

Devante Cole of Fleetwood Town celebrates with team mate Wes Burns after scoring his sides goal during the Sky Bet League One match between Northampton Town and Fleetwood Town at Sixfields...Devante Cole

The Whites already boast a cluster of strikers, so it would surely take Cole extending his current run of form throughout the entirety of the campaign, but if he does, moving for him may be a smart move.

The 22-year-old is currently out of contract in the summer, and even if Fleetwood take up the option to extend his deal until 2019 - as the Blackpool Gazette recently reported they could do - he would surely not cost a ridiculous amount to bring to Elland Road. 

Cole's career record is not impressive enough just yet to suggest that Leeds should already be plotting a January bid just yet.

But with Coyle giving them reason to keep an eye on Fleetwood's progress anyway, perhaps monitoring how Cole gets on in the coming months may be a wise move as he currently looks destined to play at a higher level.

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