Eddie Nketiah has made public his frustration at Leeds United after being handed limited game time but is pushing get more minutes on the pitch.
Despite not starting a Championship game since his season-long loan from Arsenal to Leeds, Nketiah scored a hat-trick for England Under-21s in a 5-1 win over Austria on Tuesday. Since joining Leeds, Nketiah has scored four goals in all competitions with Arsenal rumored to be exploring the option of recalling him back in January.
The 20-year-old has openly discussed his frustration at not being involved enough at Leeds, "It's been disappointing for me not to start in the league, I went there to play games and get games. It's still early times. I think every time I've come on a done well and shown why I think I should be playing.
"I think tonight was a good statement and a good way for me to put across a performance and hopefully I'll be starting in the next run of games. I'm always learning and when I come away here or back at Leeds, it's a new environment.
"I feel like I am learning a lot. I think I'll learn even more by playing, times like this is good for me to come way and get game time here. I'm looking to push on, I went there to play and I think I believe I'm good enough to be playing in the team. I want to kick on when I get back and hopefully get a run of games."