Sheffield Utd boss Wilder: Brewster now needs run of games

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder is backing Rhian Brewster to recapture his best form.

The attacker has not been the player that many pundits expected when he broke through the youth ranks.

Brewster moved to the Blades from Liverpool for an initial £18.5 million in 2020, but has flattered to deceive since.

“When you’re playing that boy and you see what he’s been through, he’s been so unlucky,” Wilder told reporters.

“He’s not had four or five games in the reserves or whatever, he’s training and getting himself back. If there’s one player in my time at Sheffield United that we want to do well, and myself personally, it’s Rhian. Because of what he’s had to go through and the narrative of him being criticized.

“Does the boy want to sit on the treatment table? No. Does he want to come over from Manchester every morning at half seven in the morning and leave at five? No he doesn’t. So for him to get himself out of that position and produce a performance on his first start for a long time is great.

“Goalscoring is the hardest thing in the book. But he can finish, he’s a player and we’ll be delighted when he gets that first goal. And I’m sure when it does, then you’ll just see him and grow and grow.”

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