Eddie Nketiah's scored on his debut Leeds United in midweek and raised expectations in the process.
Already he is a contender to displace first choice centre-forward Patrick Bamford.
But it doesn't have to be either or.
A partnership could benefit Leeds. It would really work out positively for Nketiah if he can form a strong connection with £7 million man Bamford.
This is because of Nketiah's outlook at Arsenal.
The Gunners are have top strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Regardless of how many goals Nketiah scores for Leeds, he is unlikely to displace both of them and lead the line for Arsenal on his own next season.
But partnering one of them, that's possible.
If Nketiah can demonstrate he can work in tandem with another attacker at a competitive level, it will benefit him when he gets back to Arsenal.
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