The Leeds United winger is bang in form right now.
Well, Jack Harrison is enjoying quite a purple patch for Leeds United right now.
Even starting this afternoon’s visit of QPR at left-back wasn’t enough to keep the Manchester City loanee from being a huge influence in Marcelo Bielsa’s side taking the three points.
Harrison set up Leeds’ opener through Tyler Roberts in the first half, before putting the result beyond doubt in the dying minutes by adding a second himself.
In doing so, the 22-year-old winger has now has one goal and four assists in his last five Championship outings for the Whites.
It’s a hell of a return and quite a contrast to his form before this purple patch.
Harrison often frustrated Leeds fans when he wasn’t scoring or setting goals up, and here’s how some of the supporters reacted to his heroics today.
Roberts and Harrison been absolutely superb today. Pleased for them both.— Джошуа Оутс (@MesutOatesil) November 2, 2019
Now just a Bamforf goal please.#lufc
FairPlay to Harrison he’s upped his shit and put some important performances in!— Mark Ramm (@LufcRammy) November 2, 2019
If I was Harrison I would have had my wang out in celebration! What a lad. Deserves more praise. #lufc— The Beard (@Gary_Rozanski) November 2, 2019
I criticise him a lot, but Harrison has been excellent at left wing back today. Fully deserves that goal. #lufc— Josh Hobbs (@JoshAHobbs) November 2, 2019
Harrison getting the assist for his own goal, fair play— Dan (@lufc_dan) November 2, 2019
Get in lad, Jack Harrison. You deserved that ❤️ #LUFC— Wendy (@wendy2590) November 2, 2019
Class. Fair play to Harrison, his output has improved so much recently— Jake (@JakeLUFC_) November 2, 2019
Jack Harrison making me eat my words from every week for the last 18 months and I love it. #LUFC— The Chris Knowles (@TheChrisKnowles) November 2, 2019
Chuffed to the nuts for Harrison. Turning into the player I always thought he could be #lufc— Just Music Yorkshire (@jmyorks) November 2, 2019
Leeds were quoted £20 million from City [The Sun]] when asking about signing Harrison outright, only to take him on loan for another year.
It’s still a huge asking price for a player unproven in the Premier League and often erratic in the Championship, but this was a big reminder of the young winger’s potential and if he can add consistency to his game, he could be unstoppable.