STOKE City’s decision to let exciting young striker Tyrese Campbell join Shrewsbury Town on loan until the end of the season appears to be rebounding on the club.
The 19-year-old has scored for the Shrewsbury in each their last three games since his surprise move sanctioned at the end of last month.
Meanwhile, the Potters abysmal scoring record continues, with just eight goals from their 11 starts since the beginning of the year – two of those goals netted by Campbell.
Shrewsbury made their move for the youngster after he netted both goals in Stoke’s 3-2 defeat by the Shrews in their FA Cup third round replay at the bet365 in January.
Campbell began his career with Manchester City’s Academy and turned down the chance to turn professional with the Premiership club in the summer of 2016.
Instead he opted to sign a contract for Stoke City with a fee of £1.75m being set at a tribunal.
Campbell is the son of Kevin Campbell, the former Arsenal, Everton, Notts Forest and West Bromwich Albion striker.
He showed he had inherited his father’s skills when a prolific scorer for Stoke U18s in 2016-17 as he helped them reach the FA Youth Cup semi-final.
Campbell was promoted to train with the Stoke first team in February 2018 after impressing manager Paul Lambert in training.
The teenager made his Premier League debut for Stoke on February 24, 2018 in a 1-1 at Leicester City. He went on to make a further three substitute appearances towards the end of the 2017-18 season.
Campbell made his first start for Stoke this season in the FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury at the bet365 stadium.
On January 31, he was loaned to Shrewsbury for the remainder of the EFL League One season.
Campbell score his first league goal for Shrewsbury at home to Burton Albion on February 16. He followed up with a second goal away to Peterborough United on February 23 and then made it 3 from 3 against Doncaster Rovers in their 2-0 home win last night (Feb 26).