Leeds United U23 coach Mark Jackson says they're happy with the progress of Amari Miller.
Miller joined in the summer from Birmingham City.
Jackson told Leeds-Live: "Amari can play off both wings, he's two-footed and can play off either side. Like I've said before, he's still finding his feet in the system and how we play and how we press.
"That instruction sometimes is helpful for him coming from the sideline until he finds his feet. Ultimately we want to develop players who understand how we play in and out of possession. Amari's well on his way to doing that now he's been in a while.
"Sometimes for these players coming in it can be a long process trying to adapt them. He's doing ever so well."
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