Brian McDermott says that Leeds United forward Ross McCormack is Premier League quality after scoring four goals to see off Charlton Athletic at The Valley this afternoon.
Leeds United boss Brian McDermott believes that Ross McCormack is good enough to play in the Premier League following his four-goal show against Charlton Athletic.
The Yorkshire outfit triumphed 4-2 at The Valley, meaning that they remain eighth in the Championship table.
"We've been trying to find the best position for Ross because if you give him chances he will score," PA quotes McDermott as saying.
"Is he good enough for the Premier League? Absolutely, but we won't worry about that yet. Hopefully he can keep doing that for us.
"It was a good three points for us because we've now got back-to-back wins and go into the international break on a high."
Middlebrough were knocked back in their attempts to sign McCormack during the summer transfer window.
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