The Stoke City striker impressed for the Under-23s on Monday.
Some Stoke City supporters are expressing their frustration after one of their players scored both goals in the Potters' 2-0 win against Aston Villa Under-23s on Monday.
That man, Tyrese Campbell, has been prolific at that level, but has made all but one of his seven league and cup appearances this season from the bench.
Stoke, meanwhile, sit bottom of the Championship, averaging exactly a goal per game in 2019/20.
And the following Potters fans want to see him more heavily involved, with a few even fearing he will leave at the end of his contract next summer.
Safe to say we won't see him at stoke next season. Clubs want him.. we are shit and probs going down and his contract ends in the summer— . (@LENNYSpants) September 16, 2019
The fact he hasn’t had a run of games alongside Gregory is another example of Jones’ ineptitude. We’ll lose this player next summer and he’ll go on to excel somewhere else.— Mike Hall (@mikelhal) September 16, 2019
Does somebody need to hold Jones at gunpoint for him to start this lad?— ScFcKal (@KalHus7) September 16, 2019
He will get game time once Jones has gone.— johnsharrock7 (@johnsharrock71) September 16, 2019
So WhY iSnT hE sTaRtInG fOr A fIRsT tEaM tHaT cAnT sCoRe? - D O W E N E E D A N Y M O R E S I G N S T O S T A R T P L A Y I N G T H I S K I D O R D O W E N E E D T O B E R E L E G A T E D?— David James Evans (@BajinaCanidang) September 16, 2019
Still won’t get in the first team— Bills-eh (@StokeMatt_) September 16, 2019
He should be starting regular in the first team— Chris H ⚽️⚪⚽️ (@Chris26H) September 16, 2019
Got to go with Campbell and Gregory up front together on Saturday— Nath (@SCFCNath_) September 16, 2019
Has to be time to give @TyreseKCampbell a run of games in the first team? Why are #Scfc reluctant to give young players a start? It’s not like the older players are ripping it up. #JoshTymon #verlinden @StokeLoudProud @SCFCSC— Iain Burns (@iainburnsy1979) September 16, 2019
Campbell - whose father is the former Everton and Arsenal striker, Kevin - moved to Stoke from Manchester City's academy system in 2016.
But the teenager has only played 17 times for the Potters in total, scoring twice.
He found the net five times in 15 games while on loan to Shrewsbury Town last season.
And he is unlikely to be short of suitors should Stoke fail to renew his deal.
Nathan Jones' side will, however, be due some compensation if Campbell moves to another club, provided he is offered equal or improved terms by them beforehand.
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