Leeds United fans would be forgiven for being a tad frustrated by Jay-Roy Grot’s failure to find the back of the net.
The 19-year-old has made 13 appearances in all competitions, but only two of them have been from the starting spot.
Eleven of his outings have been in the Championship, but in 137 minutes of action, the forward has struggled to score.
As with all fanbases, it is difficult for some players to win over every supporter, but now Grot has opened himself up to receiving criticism by launching a Twitter account.
The club promoted the teenager’s page on their official feed and the response was mixed.
Some fans were happy to add Grot to the Twitter family, while others felt that he had made a mistake creating an online presence.
I’m sure with the nature of some Leeds fans ways he will soon be thinking what have I done hear !
— Ben Scott (@benscott80) November 26, 2017
Just give the lad a chance MOT.
— Roger Cartwright (@rogercart57) November 26, 2017
— Kurtis Steele (@FaxBrony) November 26, 2017
Why would you announce this
— Matty Richardson (@squidgerone) November 26, 2017
Leave now JRG, while you still can. For your own sanity
— Debbington (@DebsHLUFC) November 26, 2017
Give the lad a break. He just hasn't had a real chance to prove himself and get the feel of our game. How many were ripping Alioski apart a few weeks ago.
Give Jay Roy a chance 😉
— Lyndsey Mitchell (@lyndseytruth) November 26, 2017
No real Leeds fan would abuse him simple as that really 19 year old playing in a new country have a word with yourself if you think giving our players stick is the way to go.
— Leeds fan (@Leedsfan17) November 26, 2017
Leave now for your sanity.
— Rev twerp fuppet (@mojoluafc) November 26, 2017
Meanwhile, Thomas Christiansen’s side have been celebrating a win following Saturday’s 2-0 triumph over Barnsley.
The club currently reside eighth in the league table, three points adrift of the playoff places.