Jed Wallace started his second season in SE17 with much speculation around his future.

Both he and George Saville looked to be on their way out of the club, but Wallace stayed and Saville moved to pastures new, leaving the club for Middlesbrough in an £8 million move.

In the opening games Wallace lacked the flair that made him a hit with the Lions fans.

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Some were questioning his attitude following the transfer speculation. Despite netting a tap in against Leeds, Wallace failed to bring anything else to the table and he was the first to hold his hands up.

Rather than run away from his critics, the winger stood firm with his chest out and has slowly turned his season around. His redemption started in the freak match against Norwich, which saw him score an impressive goal from a tight angle.

He signed a new long term deal with the club in November that signalled his intentions and claimed he always wanted to stay with the Lions.

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Despite his turnaround Wallace needs to be scoring more goals. He scored 17-goals for Portsmouth during the 2014/5 campaign, but he can only boast 13-goals in two loan spells and one full season for the Lions.

Wallace is an important player for Harris’ side and his lack of form in the first half of the season highlighted that.

Now he has finally found some momentum, his trickery could be the difference between relegation and a mid-table finish for the Neil Harris’ side.