Stoke City fans want Paul Lambert to include Tyrese Campbell in his first team plans, after the striker - whose father is the ex Everton goalscorer Kevin Campbell - scored twice in a 3-2 win for the Potters' Under-23s on Monday.
Campbell Jnr's goals helped Stoke to come from behind and beat Middlesbrough at St George's Park, where Lambert was among the onlookers.
The 18-year-old's father later praised Lambert for attending and 'having an input' and claimed the Potters boss 'could do worse' than to include Campbell Jnr against relegation rivals Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend.
Fair Play that the manager attended and had an input! ⚽️— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) 6 February 2018
Paul Lambert could do a lot worse yet it will be interesting to see who gets selected. ⚽️⭐️— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) 6 February 2018
It's a view which seems to be shared by several Stoke followers, who have been busy on Twitter in the aftermath of Campbell's performance for the U23s.
One, however, warned: "I’ve been saying it all season because Everton will be sniffing soon that’s where his dad wants him to be eventually".
Here's what they've been saying...
It’s definitely his time I’ve been saying it all season because Everton will be sniffing soon that’s where his dad wants him to be eventually so come on stoke give us two seasons of rye— brian salt (@BsaltBrian) 6 February 2018
Reckon you should have a little knock on the managers door some time this week!!!— Simon Deakin (@deakin366) 6 February 2018
Get in that first team Tye, you deserve a chance.— Tim Addison (@taddison64) 6 February 2018
Hope Lambert takes notice. Need a goalscorer in the senior squad. Keep it up!— Gregory Whitehurst (@Gr3ggl3s) 6 February 2018
On the bench against Brighton then yeah? Good lad— Jordan Davies (@JordanDavies20) 6 February 2018
when you going to get call up to main team pal they need you.....— Lee whitehead (@leewhitehead111) 6 February 2018
about time he was given a chance in the first team!!— Gary (@GaryClewlowgjc) 6 February 2018
I would play him from the start, alongside diouf, what have we got to lose? other teams play their young lads, look at davies for everton just one example.— James Boyce (@Jambo1863) 6 February 2018
He should have been on the bench from August. Loads of pace and an eye for goal. We've got little of that and by now he could have bridged the gap.— Jif (@stokestaffs) 6 February 2018
I’d very much replace Berahino with Campbell. Berahino to the U23s squad and Campbell on the bench/first team. At least until Berahino learns how to be a striker again.— b (@Ew_Pac) 6 February 2018
very surprised it’s taken this long!! He could be our Kane coming from academy to be prolific goal scorer!— Gary Walters FTF (@Garyftf) 6 February 2018
Campbell Jnr was previously on the books of Manchester City, but moved to Stoke in the summer of 2016.
According to Transfermarkt, the former England Under-17 international - whose father scored Premier League goals for Arsenal, Nottingham Forest and West Bromwich Albion as well as Everton - is out of contract at the end of the campaign.
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