In our Loan Watch feature, the Transfer Tavern takes a look at how a selection of players from a particular club are doing whilst they are away from their home and provide a brief update regarding their progress.
Cameron Carter-Vickers joined Stoke City on a season-long loan deal on deadline day, although it has been a move whereby he has had to be patient.
Opportunities are yet to truly present themselves in Nathan Jones’ side at the moment, as the United States of America international has featured just three times for the Potters so far this season (Transfermarkt).
He has just one Championship appearance under his name so far (which came in the 3-0 defeat to Leeds United at home), although he did seem to provide a rather encouraging display and one that may have provided some food for thought.
According to the data that WhoScored collected, Carter-Vickers managed to achieve one interception and five clearances in the heavy defeat.
The 21-year-old will be hoping that he, surely, gets more minutes in the future and has the chance to help improve their fortunes in the league this season.
Anthony Georgiou joined Ipswich Town on a season-long loan deal after signing a new Tottenham deal earlier this summer and has been eased into life at Portman Road this season.
With the Tractor Boys looking to get back to the Championship at the first time of asking, Paul Lambert’s men have started the League One campaign well, although the Cyprus international has had to be as patient as the aforementioned Carter-Vickers.
The 22-year-old has made just three appearances for Ipswich so far, amassing just 86 minutes of action as he has been used as a second-half substitute (Transfermarkt).
Georgiou may have staked a claim for a starting berth though, as he provided an assist for Cyprus’s fourth goal and also helped to set up the third during his time on the pitch in their win against San Marino (via HITC Sport).
Like the aforementioned duo, Kazaiah Sterling joined League One outfit Doncaster Rovers on a season-long deal as he looks to get regular minutes at a competitive level of football.
Indeed, the 20-year-old also appears to have been eased into proceedings with his new club, as Darren Moore has used the young forward in short bursts.
Sterling has played just four times for the Keepmoat Stadium outfit so far, with three of those appearances having come in League One action.
The centre-forward has already had an impact in front of goal though, as he has provided his new team with one goal and one assist (Transfermarkt).
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