By Amir Mir
Pontus Jansson has expressed his seal of approval at a song designed for him by Leeds supporters.
Fans of the Yorkshire club have dedicated a song to their centre-back which is titled “Pontus Jansson’s magic hat”.
The song is in reference to the 25-year-old’s playing style and in particular his ability to head the ball.
Garry Monk’s side are aiming for promotion to the Premier League this season and Jansson has been a pivotal part of that success so far.
Here is the popular Elland Road player showing his approval to a fan signing the ‘Magic Hat’ song on Radio Yorkshire.
Sweden international Jansson is currently on a season-long loan from Italian side Torino and he has impressed during his debut season at the club.
Jansson has made 21 appearances for Monk’s side in all competitions, helping his team secure nine clean sheets during those games.
Additionally, he has also found the back of the net on two occasions for the Whites, first against Norwich then against Aston Villa in December.
Jansson has missed his side’s last two matches as he was completing a two-match ban for picking up ten yellow cards in the season.
Monk’s side lost their last fixture 3-2 against Yorkshire rivals Barnsley, however, they will now have Jansson back for a Wednesday night game against Nottingham Forest at Elland Road.
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