Leeds United will look to go all the way in their quest for promotion during 2019/20, after losing in the play-offs last season.
The Whites were beaten by Derby County in the semi-final and must put that disappointment behind them as they prepare to start over.
Boss Marcelo Bielsa has agreed to stick at Elland Road for the new campaign and the signs are still positive in West Yorkshire.
Some new recruits will probably be added, whilst some of the club’s younger players might be tasked with proving they can step up to the first-team.
One of those younger players could be Kun Temenuzhkov.
The Bulgarian has teased supporters with a Twitter post that clearly shows him training with the Leeds first-team:
Pretemporada 19-20 ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/l0Bsw7GQX6
— Kun Temenuzhkov (@HoskunTemeuzkov) June 26, 2019
A 19-year-old forward Temenuzhkov has made his debut with the senior team already. He was introduced as a substitute for 11 minutes of a third-round defeat by QPR last season.
He spent last season with the club’s Under-23 ranks and helped Carlos Corberan’s team towards a stunning double.
Leeds were a little light of forward options last season, particularly towards the business end of the campaign.
Having excelled under Corberan maybe it wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world to have Temenuzhkov in the matchday squads next season.
Some Leeds fans certainly wouldn’t be against the idea, reacting to the tweet as follows:
Your time to shine young man 👊⚽️
— paul gibson (@PaulGibboGibson) June 26, 2019
I think this guy is head n shoulders better than Clarke just my opinion but he gonna be some player #excited
— lee Wakefield 💛💙 (@leewakey77) June 26, 2019
Something about this lad 👌
— eddieleeds 💙💛 (@eddieleeds1) June 26, 2019
Year of the Kun 🙌🏻💛💙
— SW1919 (@sgtwilkos1919) June 26, 2019
Watched you playing with the U23s a lot last season good talent hope you make it into the first team soon
— Ricky 💙💛 (@Rossitt77) June 27, 2019