Huddersfield’s Rhodes hoping to follow path of Man Utd great Law

Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes says he would be happy to have just a ‘quarter’ of the career that Denis Law had.

Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes says he would be happy to have just a ‘quarter’ of the career that Denis Law had.

Law was the last Huddersfield player to be capped by Scotland prior to Rhodes’ debut on Friday night and the 21-year old says he would love to be anywhere near the player that the former Manchester United star was.

"I've seen a couple of pictures around the Huddersfield stadium of Denis and if I can have half, or even just a quarter, of the career he had then I'll be very lucky,” he told the Daily Record.

"I don't know if Denis will know who I am but I certainly know who he is. He has a book coming out soon and that will definitely be worth a purchase.

"It was really overwhelming, fantastic, to play on Friday night. It was something I had dreamed about since I was a young boy. It was fantastic to get on.”

 
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