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14/08/2019 - 10:48 BST

I Was Itching To Play For Leeds United – Eddie Nketiah

 




Leeds United striker Eddie Nketiah is confident that he will get more chances to score goals as long as he gets into the right positions.

The 20-year-old joined Leeds on loan from Arsenal on Championship deadline day and marked his debut on Tuesday night with a goal in his side’s 3-0 win over Salford City in the EFL Cup.  


 



A highly-rated striker at Arsenal, Leeds beat off serious competition from clubs in the Championship and Germany to sign him on loan in the recently concluded transfer window.

Nketiah admits that he was desperate to make his debut for Leeds and insisted that he goes into every game with the sole purpose of getting on the scoresheet.
 


The striker insisted that he will continue to work hard for the team and believes the goals will flow as long as he does the basics right and gets into the right positions.



The 20-year-old striker told LUTV: “I was itching to play.

“Obviously I always want to score every game, that's my aim, but I know that's not going to happen every game.
 


“So I just try to focus on playing well and working hard for the team first, and then if I do that I feel like the chances will come if I'm in the right positions.

“Sometimes you take them, sometimes you don't, but hopefully I'll take them more often than not.”

It remains to be seen whether Marcelo Bielsa sticks to Patrick Bamford for his side’s trip to Wigan Athletic this weekend or slots Nketiah into his starting eleven.