It was a good week for the Liverpool loanee’s with three players finding the back of the net and Marko Grujic making his loan move to Germany.
Danny Ings (Southampton)
It was Ings full debut for his boyhood club and while he could not help Southampton to a victory he was their best player on the day, he scored one and only a great save from Jordan Pickford prevented him from doubling his tally.
While he still lacks some cutting edge and match fitness he certainly give it his all, pressing the Everton defence at every opportunity and provided a good foil for his strike partner Charlie Austin.
He will hope to add to his total next week against Leicester.
Ben Woodburn (Sheffield United)
A week of up and downs for the Wales international, he made his first start last week in a League Cup outing against Hull City, the Blades eventually lost 5-4 on penalties but Woodburn did manage to convert his spot kick.
This was followed up by his first start in the league against Norwich City but he only lasted 45 minutes before being hooked at half time.
Harry Wilson (Derby County)
The second of the Welsh international who are on loan in the Championship, like Woodburn it was the League Cup where Wilson had the most success this week providing an assist for Derby County’s opener against Oldham Athletic.
It was was his only outing that week as a muscle injury keep him out of the league outing against Millwall.
Herbie Kane (Doncaster Rovers)
Last weeks loan player of the week Herbie Kane enjoyed yet another successful week, he was part of the Donny side that got a 2-1 win against Scunthorpe United and followed that up with another performance against Burton Albion in the league.
He may not be playing at the highest level however so far Kane has really grabbed his opportunity with both hands
Adam Bogdan (Hibernian)
After a decent enough start at Hibernian the Hungarian goalkeeper has had a tough couple of weeks, this week started with him conceding 3 goals has Hibs crashed out of the Europa League against Molde and he missed out on the Scottish League cup game against Ross County with injury.
He will be hoping for some improvement in the next few weeks as he tries to earn a full time deal in Scotland or elsewhere.
Ovie Ejaria (Rangers)
It was a good week for the combative midfielder as he helped Rangers to qualification to the next round of both the Europa League and Scottish League Cup.
He started off the week playing 70 minutes in the Europa League but showed enough to keep hold of his shirt for the League Cup outing against Kilmarnock where he helped the team to a 3-1 win.
Ryan Kent (Rangers)
The second loanee who is at Rangers and like Ejaria is seeing plenty of playing time, he actually replaced Ejaria in the Europa League victory and partnered his Anfield teammate in the Scottish League cup game against Kilmarnock where he played the full 90 minutes.
If there was any negative it is that Kent is yet to open his scoring account but that can’t be too far away.
Shamal George (Tranmere Rovers)
The young goalkeeper made his long awaited debut for Tranmere as they returned to League Cup against Walsall, it was not the best of starts for George as he conceded 3 goals as Tranmere crashed out of cup at the first time of asking.
That was as good as it got for George as at the weekend he took his place on the bench when Tranmere faced Swindon Town.
Taiwyo Awoniyi (Gent)
Another loanee who is enjoying a really good spell at the moment, Awoniyi started off the week helping Gent to a Europa League victory against Jagiellonia and managed to bag his first goal for the Belgian outfit and he could have scored more.
That was followed up with a 45 minute display against Eupen where Gent ran out 3-2 winners.
Anderson Arroyo (Mallorca B)
The Colombian full back was the unlikely hero of the week, however he scored the only goal of the game as the Spanish outfit opened up their league campaign with a win against Poblense.
Big things are expected of the Colombian defender and he could be the one to watch this season.
The only player not to play this week was Allan who he is yet to get any game time with Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany.