Manchester United youngster being tested by Preston North End on a 'daily basis' after sparkling debut
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The 19-year-old made his full debut for North End on Tuesday in the Carabao Cup win over Huddersfield Town.
He set up both of Ali McCann’s goals in the 4-1 win and was a star turn down the left hand side for the 45 minutes he was on the pitch.
He was withdrawn at the break however having picked up an ankle injury just seconds before half time, though it seems it was nothing too serious.
"I feel the competition between him and Robbie down that left hand side - let’s have it right, he's learning off one of the best.
"He educates him all the time, before and after the game. He's got fantastic talent and you don't play for Real Madrid and Man United if you're not any good.
On his injury, Lowe said: “He's alright, it was more of a precaution. He wanted to come back on but our physio has quietly told him in no uncertain terms that there was not a chance because he'd have got it in the neck from me, he just rolled his ankle.
Preston were simply stunning in the first half against the Terriers, the hosts could not live with them and found themselves three down at the break.
Lowe encouraged bravery from his players, but in a technical sense.
He said: “We wanted the rotations in possession. We set out some bullet points and one of them was to be brave and to be there for your mates.
"Brave can be anything, it can sound like 'oh I'll go into a tackle and headbutt the back of his head' but it isn't anything like that.
"It's about being brave and getting on the ball, finding those passes. I thought the passes in between the lines against Huddersfield were fantastic.
"We were worthy of our goals because we opened the team up to get those chances.”