The 17-year-old is hopeful of making it into the Leeds United first-team.
Leeds United have brought in plenty of new faces this season, with many of them joining up with the under-23 side as the club look to prepare for the future.
One such player was Jordan Stevens.
The 17-year-old joined Leeds from Forest Green Rovers on transfer deadline day in a well received move from the club’s fans.
He has impressed in the Forest Green first-team since making his breakthrough and is now looking to do the same with Leeds United in the next few years.
Now he has been tweeting about his recent experiences at Leeds. Today he tweeted this message, sharing his joy at getting in some action with the Leeds United team.
Good to get some minutes in today with the lads, hopefully plenty more to come @LUFC— jord (@jordanstevens88) February 13, 2018
Stevens is clearly a top talent and one which Leeds fans will no doubt be excited about going forward.
He is already starting to get into the first-team picture and clearly has the belief that he can make it into the first-team in the future.
When he arrived at the club, Thomas Christiansen was keen to bring him into the Leeds first-team in the long-run. However, with the Spaniard gone, there would have been a concern from Stevens that he might struggle to make it into the first-team under Paul Heckingbottom.
But it seems the teenager is ready to keep pushing into the Leeds United first-team picture.