At the end of the January transfer window, we were probably fairly content with the signings we had made – though defensively we still needed work.
We’d added some good attacking options, though, with the likes of Timo Weah and Oliver Burke quickly showing the ability they had got under Brendan Rodgers.
Since Rodgers’ leaving, though, things have dried up a little for the pair of them – and in particular for Timothy Weah.
Weah is a good forward and he’s shown real promising signs of what he could do for us, as well as his love for the club with some of his social posts.
On loan, though, it seems as though Neil Lennon does not fancy completing a permanent deal for the attacker.
Since Lennon’s arrival, Weah has struggled massively for minutes – and it is clear that he is far from first choice at the moment.
Of course, under Brendan he hadn’t nailed on a spot but you felt as though he was being worked in gradually, before being ready to play a big part.
Under Lennon, though, that has changed, and you can just sense that he doesn’t fancy him at the moment.