Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore has been speaking glowingly about Aston Villa loanee Jacob Ramsey, as reported by The Doncaster Free Press.
The 18-year-old made a late loan move from Villa to the League One club in the January transfer window, and it seems that he has already made a positive impression, having played two games for them.
Speaking to The Doncaster Free Press, Moore said: “He’s a wonderful signing and acquisition for us, he got the two goals for us on Tuesday night and he’s played the game on Saturday and learned about the different types of games.
“That will be huge for Jacob on his second league outing for us at the football club.
“It’s how we use him and when we use him in the games ahead of us to get the maximum energy and potential out of him.
“He’ll be a good player for us but also it’ll be a wonderful learning curve for him in terms of his future as a footballer.”
The youngster got off to a brilliant start for the club, scoring two goals on his debut against Tranmere Rovers, with the first being a first-time strike from a low cross, while the second was a precisely placed header.
During that game, he completed 86% of his attempted passes, while also winning four duels, three clearances and one dribble during the 90 minutes.
He then managed to follow that game up with a decent showing against Rochdale, completing 77% of his passes, being successful with both of his attempted long balls, completing one dribble, one interception and two tackles, while also winning four duels.
Overall, the teenager has made a good start to life in League One and the hope will be that he continues that on against Bolton Wanderers.