Leeds United confirmed on Monday that Manchester City winger Jack Harrison had completed a return to the club for the 2019/20 Championship season.
Jack Harrison returns to Elland Road after a fairly successful loan spell with Leeds United last season. After a relatively slow start to life under Marcelo Bielsa, Harrison put in some impressive performances towards the tail end of the season and helped the club nail down a place in the Championship play-offs.
The 22-year-old played 42 times for the Whites across all competitions, scoring four goals and laying on four assists along the way, but they ultimately fell in the play-offs at the hands of Derby County.
Now, speaking to the club website upon his return, Jack Harrison has said that he excited to continue his development at Leeds United and hopes to help deliver promotion this time around.
“It’s exciting to be back, the end of last year was disappointing with how it ended, so this year myself and the lads are looking to redeem ourselves and build on last year,” Harrison said.
“I think most people felt that we should have gone up last season, but we are all looking to get back at it now and hopefully we can get the promotion this time around.
“I’ve definitely learnt a lot in the last 12 months, if you look at my performances throughout the season I think I grew as a player and by the end of the season, I was really getting going. I’m looking to use that as a foundation now and build from that going into the new season.
“It’s been good to see the lads again and I’m looking forward to catching up with them all properly.”