Leeds skipper Liam Cooper believes a golden future awaits man of the moment Crysencio Summerville.
Dutch striker Summerville was Leeds’ game-winner for the second week running in their thrilling 4-3 win over Bournemouth at Elland Road.
The 21-year-old followed up his 89th-minute goal in last week’s win at Liverpool with another late strike on Saturday as Leeds rallied from 3-1 to claim back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time this season.
Cooper said in his post-match interview: “We see it day in and day out with Cry in training. Jesse is just waiting for the chance to put it on and he’s been amazing.
“He has to keep pushing, keep striving to be better. We will watch over him.
“He’s going to have an amazing career and we’re delighted to have him here.”
Bournemouth took a two-goal lead after Rodrigo’s early penalty for Leeds, with Marcus Tavernier, Philip Billing and Dominic Solanke all on target.
Leeds boss Jesse Marsch responded by sending in substitutes Willy Gnonto and Sam Greenwood and both helped turn the game around.
Greenwood ran in a superb 20-yard effort and after Cooper’s header brought Leeds level with Leeds, Gnonto’s run from deep within his own half set up Summerville for his emphatic finish.
Leeds had been booed at half-time but back-to-back wins took them out of the bottom three until 12th ahead of Sunday’s fixtures.
Cooper added: “We pushed and we pushed and then we scored a lot of good goals, the dressing room is buzzing. We’re delighted with that.
“We have to keep pushing. We know we have a long way to go and that will be the message to the boys. We will continue.
“We will enjoy this victory with our fans and then we will start again. It’s a great result for us, it’s back-to-back wins, which is tough in this league.
Bournemouth let slip a two-goal lead for the second consecutive week after losing 3-2 to Tottenham ahead of the trip to Elland Road.
It was a fourth straight league loss for caretaker boss Gary O’Neil and Solanke summed up the feeling in the Cherries camp after slipping a point out of the relegation zone.
“We’re really frustrated,” the striker said in his post-match interview. “This is the second game in a row where we are two goals ahead and have managed to lose the game.
“It’s a problem that we have to solve. It’s not really good enough to lose after a two-goal lead, two games in a row, we have to fix that.
“(The dressing room) is obviously what you would expect. There are no positives at the moment, only negatives.
“We have to get it right because the first half we were playing so well and we have to find how we can seal the game.”