Adam Forshaw has gone from “strength to strength” after a string of “sublime” performances in the Leeds United midfield, according to Noel Whelan.
The former Whites striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, insisted the 30-year-old has been “exceptional” since returning from injury.
Forshaw has started each of the last four Leeds United league games since returning from an 800-day injury layoff against Southampton in October.
Adam Forshaw vs. Crystal Palace: 90.7% pass accuracy57 touches39/43 successful passes12/15 final third passes7 ball recoveries7 duels won4 tackles won3/3 succ. long passes3 shots3 fouls2 clearances2 times fouled1 interception
Best player on the pitch. Magnificent. pic.twitter.com/zCqNqdaVbs