Former Leeds United player David Norris believes that Tyler Roberts will eventually be a top player.
The 22-year-old offers plenty of versatility, as he has played as an attacking-midfielder, centre-forward, and off both wings throughout his career so far.
Roberts featured for Marcelo Bielsa’s first-team 28 times last season in all competitions and came on as a substitute on the opening day of this season’s Premier League, away at Manchester United.
Norris believes that Roberts is going to become a top player, telling Football FanCast: “I think he’s been unlucky with the way Leeds were playing and how well they were doing. He hasn’t probably featured as much as he wanted to but from what I’ve seen, and he’s still developing, I think eventually he will be a top player.
“I think I’ve mentioned it before and I can see him, getting stronger and stronger and definitely being a top player.”
After a successful first season back in the Premier League where Leeds United finished ninth in the table and after Bielsa agreed a new contract with the club, Leeds will be hoping that they can have another good season and be in and around a similar position or even push on and finish higher than last term.