NEIL Harris admitted Mahlon Romeo’s performance in the 3-1 win over Sheffield United on Saturday has given him a “good selection headache” for the trip to Aston Villa next weekend.
Romeo started in place of the suspended Conor McLaughlin and scored the second goal against the Blades.
It was Romeo’s first league start this season, and Harris admitted he has a tough choice to make at Villa Park with McLaughlin back.
“Yeah, a really good selection headache,” Harris said. “Conor has been very good this year. Mahlon was very good [Saturday] and scored a goal.
“They’re the decisions I need to be making, tough decisions for positions. The decisions I want to be making is to winning teams and players coming back in. They’re the decisions I’m going to have to make next week.”
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