When Isaac Hayden signed in the summer there won’t have been too many people expecting him to play a major part in the club’s promotion push. Fast forward a few months and there’s disappointment whenever he’s not named in the starting line-up.
It’s with good reason too: the youngster has looked calm and assured in his appearances so far. Hayden also provides physical presence in what is usually quite a small midfield. He has even managed to open his goalscoring account for the club as well, netting a header in the 4-1 victory over Reading.