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Reed: We can win EFL Cup
Harrison Reed believes Southampton can win the EFL Cup, despite fighting on multiple fronts this season.
Reed thrilled for Hesketh after first senior goal
Harrison Reed speaks of his delight at seeing fellow Academy graduate Jake Hesketh score against Crystal Palace.
Reed reflects on first start of the season
Harrison Reed spoke to our cameras following Southampton's EFL Cup win against Crystal Palace
Harrison Reed Saints HistoryLast updated 01 Oct 2016
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Harrison Reed BiographyLast updated 26 Sep 2016
Born in Worthing, Harrison Reed came through the youth system at Saints before making the step up to the first-team in 2013.
Reed is tenacious and hard working midfielder who also boasts a great range of passing. At five-foot-six he may be small in stature, but his ability on the ball makes him a valuable addition to any side.
Reed stepped into the Under-21s squad during the latter half of the 2012/13 season, scoring a superb goal on his first Barclays U21 Premier League appearance.
The youngster's tireless performances in the Under-21 side saw him selected as part of a trio who made their first team bows against Barnsley in the Capital One Cup, with his first start following in the same competition when Saints travelled to Sunderland in Round Four.
Harrison then made his Barclays Premier League debut as a substitute in a 1-1 draw with Manchester City at St Mary's in December 2013. The midfielder made his first Premier League start in the 3-0 win against Everton soon afterwards, while he has also represented England’s Under-19s and Under-20s.
He went on to make 10 appearances for the first team in the 2014/15 campaign, before joining England Under-20s at the Toulon Tournament along with clubmate Jack Stephens as the Young Lions lost 2-1 to USA in the third-place play off.
Reed made a handful of appearances at the start of the 2015/16 campaign, including the UEFA Europa League, spending much of the season in Martin Hunter's development side.