Leeds United are building something great and are aiming for promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season, but Lewie Coyle is not a part of it at the moment.
The 21-year-old, who can operate as a right-back or as a right-winger, joined Fleetwood Town in League One in the summer transfer window.
The youngster is on a season-long loan deal at Fleetwood and will be aiming to progress under former Leeds head coach Uwe Rosler.
Coyle recently told Fleetwood Weekly News that Leeds are tracking his progress, and that they have been in touch.
“They have been in contact a lot,” Coyle told Fleetwood Weekly News. “It’s nice to know that they are still interested and keen to keep track on my progress.”
Coyle’s comments underline just how highly he is rated by the Leeds footballing figures, and suggest that he still has a future at Elland Road.
The youngster may not be playing for the Leeds first team at the moment, but he certainly appears to be in the minds of the footballing chiefs at the club.
What Coyle needs to do this season is give his best and progress as much as he can as a footballer at Fleetwood, as he certainly has a future at Leeds.