This article is part of Football FanCast’s Loan Watch series, which takes a closer look at those players who are aiming to galvanise their careers away from the spotlight of their parent club.
One of Nottingham Forest’s promising youngsters is currently lighting up League One.
So much so that manager Sabri Lamouchi should think about recalling him to allow him to shine for the first-team, something the Reds boss revealed he is able to do in January.
Tyler Walker, son of Des, is at the sixth loan club of his career after making his City Ground debut back in March 2015.
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At the weekend, he possibly netted the most vital goal of Lincoln’s season so far by scoring an 86th-minute equaliser at Rochdale to salvage a point.
With fans less than impressed with Wolves loanee Rafa Mir and seemingly a lack of genuine competition in the striker department following the departures of Daryl Murphy and Jason Cummings, maybe the Forest boss should look into recalling the 22-year-old.
He would be a viable option in his own right to at least gain some sort of game time based on his exploits away from the east Midlands club.
There’s not much more he can do other than to keep on scoring. Yes, it’s at a lower level, but we won’t find out if he’s capable in the Championship unless he’s given a chance at the City Ground.