Brighton loan chief David Weir says Teddy Jenks is learning on the run during his time with Aberdeen.
Weir acknowledges it's a tough experience for the prospect.
He told the club's website: "The first loan is very different. Teddy Jenks for example has had that change of country and environment. Aberdeen is a long way away from home and it's the first time he has moved away from home.
"There's a lot to adjust to within that, Teddy started very well, he was in the team and had a positive impact, then he got sent off and he's been out of the team, so there's been ups and downs, but that's a big part of going out on loan – you're learning.
"It's a good experience for Teddy and he will be a better player for Brighton because of it."
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