Former Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn believes Georginio Rutter delivered another strong effort against Hull City on Wednesday.
Rutter has improved this season after receiving criticism when he joined Leeds in the January transfer window and struggled in the Premier League.
He has already scored twice in the Championship this season and has earned a place in Daniel Farke’s starting eleven.
The Frenchman squandered a decent chance in Leeds’ 0-0 draw with Hull on Wednesday night, but Redfearn believes he put up an overall strong display.
He emphasized how Rutter worked hard on the field, showed quality on the ball, and was a threat up front for Leeds at the MKM Stadium.
“I was impressed with Rutter,” the former Whites manager stated on BBC Radio Leeds.
“He put himself about, and it showed when he got the ball and played people in.”
“He looked like a threat, and he works hard.”
Unless Farke opts to rotate against Watford at home this weekend, Rutter will almost certainly start Leeds’ next Championship game as well.