Former Poland international Marcin Zewlakow has praised the performances of Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich following his summer revival.
It was revealed last week the 28-year-old almost left Elland Road for the USA in the summer after a loan spell with FC Utrecht in January looked to have brought his Leeds career to an abrupt end.
But under new boss Marcelo Bielsa, Klich has revived his Whites career - appearing in all six of their Championship games and scoring three goals.
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Klich has had nothing but good things to say about Bielsa as the midfielder told how the Argentine had 'opened his eyes' which allowed him to end his four-year exile with the Polish national team.
He marked his Poland return on Friday evening by starting in their 1-1 UEFA Nations League draw away to Italy and is in line to feature against the Republic of Ireland tomorrow night.
And when asked about Klich's recent performances, Zewlakow said: “He has a non-Polish style, he plays nicely, he has class in his movement and vision.”