Leeds United coach Daniel Farke says Georginio Rutter’s performances this season have been absolutely outstanding.
The French forward has been a big part of Leeds United’s attack this season – he’s contributed two goals and five assists in the league so far. Today, he provided a lovely assist as Summerville scored in first half stoppage time to seal a 4-0 first half drubbing of Huddersfield Town.
Farke said the 21-year old could really become a special player for the future:
“His talent and potential is outstanding, but lots of work is necessary. Sometimes chooses the harder option. We have worked on his effectiveness. Top level for goal involvement. Improve his ability to score more goals. He can be really, really special player in the future.“
The German coach added that he’s been pleased for Rutter’s turnaround and credited the Leeds United fans for having faith in the youngster:
“He had a difficult start here. Important how you react. Living in a business with criticism. I like he has his attitude of being self-critical and wants to improve his game and our fans are second to none. They have a good second and find feeling for a player who is working his socks off.
Fans are willing to reward players for that work and dedication. Once you work really hard for the team you will always get the backing of the fans. What they want to see his commitment and you putting a shift in.”