Stoke City fans have praised Tyrese Campbell following his substitute display against Sheffield Wednesday on Boxing Day.
The striker, who has been linked with a move to Celtic recently, was introduced as a second-half substitute with his side 2-1 down with little under 20 minutes remaining.
Campbell then produced an excellent finish to equalise in the third minute of stoppage time for Stoke, before Sam Vokes netted the winner for the Potters three minutes later.
And following his impactful performance, Stoke fans, rival supporters and recruitment coach Richard Carter have all praised the striker.
Twitter: Tyrese Campbell saves Christmas (@RMcCarthy93)
Twitter: Tyrese Campbell you beauty #lufc #mot #StokeCity (@David__Naylor)
Twitter: Tyrese Campbell is stupidly underrated (@JoshArnup)
Twitter: TYRESE CAMPBELL NOT GOOD ENOUGH 😂😂😂😂
So much humble pie tonight & GETBIT EATEN….That’s what a goalscorers does,… https://t.co/QNhevSOXbR (@coachcarter1977)
Twitter: 19-year-old Tyrese Campbell was introduced in the 73rd minute when Stoke were 2-1 down.
He scored in the 92nd minu… https://t.co/6S7fzTCKkM (@MezzalaScout)
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Campbell certainly had the desired impact after being introduced as a second-half substitute, with the 19-year-old netting the crucial equaliser with a smart finish.
The Hoops have recently scouted Campbell and will have taken notice of his Boxing Day display, with the striker on Hammond’s radar for January.
Campbell is reportedly available for a fee in the region of £350,000 with the striker having just six months remaining on his deal with Stoke.