Leeds United starlet Charlie Allen has admitted that he should have contributed more goals and assists this season for the Whites, after he headed to York City on loan.


The 20-year-old midfielder joined Leeds from Linfield in the summer of 2020 and has been a standout performer for the Whites development side.


This season, Allen has scored twice and assisted once in the Premier League 2 for Leeds and the Whites have decided to send the youngster on a short-term loan to York City to experience senior level football.




Allen is of the view that he has done well at Leeds so far, but he stressed that he could have added more goals and assists to his tally this season.


However, the 20-year-old is aiming to help York City with goals and assists as long as he is with the National League side.



“I think I have been doing well, but I am probably quite harsh on myself, so I would rather say I should have probably had more goals and more assists this season”, Allen told York City’s official media.


“Hopefully, when I come here, I can provide that.”



The Leeds youngster will ply his trade under Neal Ardley and it remains to be seen whether he will make his debut against Oldham Athletic tonight.