Leicester City-owned West Bromwich Albion midfielder Harvey Barnes has taken to social networking site Twitter to give his reaction to his side’s win against Reading.
West Brom got the better of Reading 4-1 at The Hawthorns in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
Barnes, who joined the Baggies on loan from Premier League club Leicester in the summer transfer window, featured in the match and scored in the 72nd minute.
The 20-year-old has revelled in the win for Darren Moore’s side on Twitter, with some West Brom fans responding to the midfielder’s message on the social networking site.
Great way to finish this period of games with another great win at the hawthorns! Happy to get another goal and looking forward to the international break— Harvey Barnes (@harveybarnes97) October 6, 2018
What a player please Leicester let's us keep him to the end of season this is the best young attacking player I have seen in 30 years at wba— AknohS (@Shaun95710897) October 6, 2018
We need to bust the bank and keep you at the Hawthorns— A J (@sleepyboy66) October 6, 2018
You where different class second half, well done fella— Bal (@BalWBA35) October 6, 2018
I know out of your hands but love it if you could stay for the season— wonderstuffed (@justinmulholla1) October 6, 2018
So what’s it going to take to get you to stay here ?— shane (@abzz1989) October 6, 2018
Another great performance by yourself and the team..you shine evertime mate pure class love your attitude aswell— Shaun baggott (@sbag_wba) October 6, 2018
Top man Harvey.. love watching you play the game.. on to the next one— Lee Armstrong (@UncleSock) October 6, 2018
Fantastic display yet again Harvey— Ian (@ij004f3103) October 6, 2018
@WBA proving yourself every game mate, keep it up.— Richard Francis (@RichyFrancis) October 6, 2018
Another great performance by yourself today @harveybarnes97 . The most exciting young talent we have had for quite a few years. Boing! Boing!— Andrew Palmer (@AndrewP17615019) October 6, 2018
Barnes has been superb for West Brom since his loan move from Leicester in the summer transfer window.
The Baggies are second in the Championship table at the moment with 24 points from 12 matches, just a point behind leaders Sheffield United.
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