Gut Feeling Can Tell You A Lot

C:WindowsTempphp6AB1.tmpHearts' manager Craig Levein is excited by the loan deal that brought of Manchester United full-back Demetri Mitchell to Tynecastle. Mitchell has agreed a six-month loan deal and today flew to join up with his new teammates at Hearts' winter training camp in Valencia. Levein is keen see Demetri utilise his attacking threat in a maroon shirt, and believes his eagerness to get started could see him hit the ground running.

Levein said: "
He is a very attack-minded left-back/left wing-back. He was a winger for most of his young career and Manchester United have moved him to left-back and left wing-back and he’s adapted very well indeed.  I feel quite confident in the left side of the defence, having Christophe there he’s almost like one-and-a-half defenders, so we can be more adventurous on that side, I think. There’s always a risk when you bring a young player in, but he’s in amongst other young players so he’ll feel quite comfortable in that regard, he won’t feel the youngest, for sure. I’ve met him and he’s a confident kid and very keen and eager to get started, and he’s excited, and that excites me because sometimes when you speak to players about coming to the club and you don’t get a good feeling about it, 99 times out of 100 you just pull the plug.  This kid gave me a good feeling. He’s desperate to get started, desperate to be involved and play men’s football and show off his skills. I’m hoping that we can both be really good for each other."
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