Loads of Leeds fans have been giving their verdict on the resurgence of Mateusz Klich, and they are running out of superlatives for the Polish international.
At this point last year, you’d be hard pushed to convince a single Leeds fans that Klich would be a key part of their promotion push this season, but the 28-year-old has been a man reborn since the arrival of Marcelo Bielsa.
Klich signed for Thomas Christiansen last summer, but was dropped and ostracised after his slip contributed to a defeat against Cardiff in September.
His loan move to the Eredivisie worked wonders for his confidence though, and his goals from midfield have now become a crucial part of Bielsa’s system.
The 12-cap Poland international has an incredible five goals and five assists this season, and fans are heaping praise on him ahead of Saturday’s clash with Sheffield United.
Three points in the early kick-off would put the Whites back on top of the table, and Klich will once again be crucial to the boss’ game-plan.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
— Luke townend (@Luketownend2) November 30, 2018
Can’t ever understand why he went on loan. That Burnley game he played in he was brilliant then he just didn’t get a look in
— John scone (@JohnLeeds94) November 30, 2018
Crucial player this season. Let’s hope he finds his shooting boots again in Sheffield on Saturday
— Jonathan O’Brien (@Jono_ob) November 30, 2018
Capable of playing Premier League football. A very intelligent player.
— Neil (@OooahhBerardi) November 30, 2018
Been a revelation this season. Like a different player.
— cashfordrums (@joelcash7) November 30, 2018
Heard rumours that something went on between him and TC wouldn’t surprise me the way he was suddenly dropped and never got a sniff again
— Stephen Elliott (@selliott92) November 30, 2018
He made a couple of mistakes and got slaughtered by the our fans and used as a scapegoat. Similar to Alioski at the moment.
— chris day (@cday73) November 30, 2018
When you see him now it’s baffling that O’Kane, and at one point Shaughnessy, played midfield over him.
— Brando Cerati (@ElBrando18) November 30, 2018