Leeds United have been warned they may need to sign another striker this summer despite Patrick Bamford’s superb form in the Premier League.
Ex-Whites defender Danny Mills has warned that relying on Bamford may not be enough, though he also admitted that the 27-year-old had proven him wrong this season.
“I still think he’s a player that’s going to divide opinion,” Mills told Football Insider.
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“The way he plays for Leeds, he plays in a certain way and a certain style.
“His goalscoring this season has been superb, he’s really stepped up, when a lot of people, including myself, maybe didn’t think he was going to. He’s proven a lot of people wrong and hats off to him. He’s been tremendous.
“You never question his work rate, that’s always been spot on and that’s a massive asset to his game.
“The way that Leeds play suits the way he plays which is great.
“Yes, you want to bring somebody in to give him a rest but also competition for places, to push him.
“We’ve seen at other clubs when complacency kicks in it’s not good for anybody.”