Leeds United winger is beginning to make a regular impact.
Jack Harrison provided an assist last night to help Leeds secure a point at Preston.
The winger now has three assists in his last three games.
After an indifferent start to the season, he is turning his season around.
Harrison had begun to receive criticism after the way he began 2019/20.
After scoring in the opening weekend 3-1 win at Bristol City, Harrison then went 11 consecutive matches without a direct goal contribution.
Just as fans were beginning to call for him to be dropped, Harrison has found his form, setting up goals against Millwall, Birmingham and Preston.
Two of them have been crucial ones, earning Leeds an extra point.
The player Leeds hoped they were re-signing is finally showing up.
Last season during his loan spell, Harrison was inconsistent, and rarely did his good moments follow on from one another.
Leeds hoped for a new and improved version of the Manchester City owned winger.
Perhaps, finally, it is all clicking together for him. It’s encouraging, and he heads into another big game this weekend against Sheffield Wednesday.
One positive about Harrison is that he is a player who contributes at big moments.
His assist against Preston last night saved Leeds from a miserable defeat, when the game was going against them.
His cross in the play-off semi-final against Derby which set up Kemar Roofe’s goal remains the highlight of his stint at Elland Road.
And his winning goal against Sheffield Wednesday last season was another big moment.
These were too sporadic last year, but might be becoming more regular this campaign.
He has made good progress and deserves credit for his recent turnaround.
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