Plenty of Nottingham Forest fans have taken to social media to discuss whether head coach Sabri Lamouchi should hand Alex Mighten his first league start for the Reds against bottom-of-the-table Luton Town at the weekend.
The 17-year-old is regarded as one of the brightest young talents at Forest and has made two appearances for the first team so far in his career.
The winger made his debut for the Forest when he came off the bench against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season and he made his first start for the Reds against Chelsea in the FA Cup just over a week ago.
The highly-rated youngster impressed with his performance at Stamford Bridge and as a result, he was included in the matchday squad in the league for the first time in his career at the weekend.
Mighten was an unused substitute for the 1-1 draw with Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday and some Forest fans feel that he should make his league debut for the club at the weekend against Luton.
City Ground HQ asked Forest fans on Twitter whether Lamouchi should hand Mighten his first league start for the Reds against Luton on Sunday and many were quick to respond to the question.
Some fans feel that this game was the perfect opportunity for Mighten to be handed his first league start, while others feel that it might be a bit risky to play him and that it might be better to bring him off the bench in the second half.
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Here is a look at some of the best responses from Forest fans on Twitter…
— Nottz TV (@NottzTV) January 13, 2020
After his performance against Chelsea it would be a shame not to give him game time in a match more meaningful.
— @jammycourts (@jammycourts) January 13, 2020
Don’t think he should start – we need to win the game and ensure playoff contention so we should start our strongest team then bring the likes of Mighten on later.
— Al (@AdotOfNotts) January 13, 2020
Be the ideal game I think
— micky Postles (@forestlad60) January 13, 2020
No, I think it's good for him to be around the squad and be involved but not start.
If people are asking for us to sign players I'm not sure how he fits in if we do, would sending him out on loan be a good option?
— Nathan Thompson 🏴 (@thompsonnathan) January 13, 2020
Tough call, the aim is play offs/promotion but he's definitely got great potential, so, on the bench and IF we're comfortably winning (or losing and we need something different) give him a go.
— Trevor Hall (@trickytrev746) January 13, 2020
Should bring him in or play him with Grabbs
— Rob ⭐️⭐️ (@RobFTID62) January 13, 2020
Hell yeah, their confidence is shot, he’ll destroy them!!!!
— Ben Robertson (@benrobertson31) January 13, 2020
— lance (@LanceHawkridge) January 13, 2020
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