Leeds United midfielder Jordan Stevens has not featured for Marcelo Bielsa’s side since January.
Stevens made his Leeds debut way back in January, as he came on as a substitute against Stoke City.
The central midfielder has not been seen in Leeds line-up since.
But with Leeds having the prospect of facing Stoke twice in four days, it seems that Bielsa may well make changes.
Leeds are expected to name a full strength line-up tomorrow against Stoke, as they look to continue their fast start in the Championship.
But the Whites may well make alterations to their line-up when they take on the Potters in the Carabao Cup, with Jack Clarke another who could come into Bielsa’s thinking.
“We have a lot of matches in the month of August. Very probably the next game on Tuesday a lot of players who didn’t play before will be in the squad,” Bielsa said.
“In this moment I am focusing three wingers. They are putting in good performances, but Clarke will be in or be a substitute of one of them.
“Jordan Stevens is another option.”
If Stevens does come into Leeds line-up it will be a huge boost to the 19-year-old, who has shown plenty of promise at development squad level.
Steven was also part of Leeds’ pre-season tour squad, and went to Australia with the first-team over the summer.