Photo: Liverpool star Danny Ings returns to Burnley
The Liverpool striker oversees his disability project at Burnley
Danny Ings is fast becoming a fan’s favourite at Liverpool.
The England Under-21 international has impressed for the Reds in recent weeks with his desire and work-rate, whilst the striker has also scored three goals in five appearances in all competitions.
But Ings also appears to be a hard-working and thoughtful individual off the pitch, too, after the 22-year-old took the time to visit his disability project at former club, Burnley.
The Liverpool summer signing posted the above snap with a Reds fan and paid tribute to the Burnley FC Community scheme, which aims to inspire, support and deliver change in communities.
— Danny Ings (@IngsDanny) September 30, 2015
Ings moved to Liverpool from Burnley on a free transfer in the summer window.
The summer signing scored a respectable 11 goals in 35 Premier League games for Sean Dyche’s outfit last season, although he couldn’t fire Burnley to safety.
Ings has netted four times in 13 appearances for England’s Under-21 side.