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Because they were signing a young internationally-capped talent, there was a lot of excitement from County fans when Jozwiak arrived, but how’s he actually done in the white shirt of Derby.
Looks to be an excellent signing. We're desperate for more quality though.
— Derbyshire_Grit 💙 (@Arriaga2_) September 16, 2020
we’ll walk the league now UP YOU SEXY RAMS
— tom 🐏 (@t0mdcfc) September 16, 2020
Ok, one great step lads! Now ibe and then we will celebrate 🎉
— Elliot 🐏 (@dcfcelliot) September 16, 2020
Welcome to Derby Kamil, you’re going to rip this league up👍🐏
— Paul Turner (@Paulderby501) September 16, 2020
Exciting news to sign a young talented International player. Well down Derby, let's hope he settles in quickly and starts delivering!
— Nav Sidhu (@NavrinSidhu) September 16, 2020
You can see that there was a lot of excitement, and with that comes pressure to perform, and despite his outlying stats not showing a great deal, Jozwiak seems to have done decently for his first season in English football.
The numbers will say he’s scored just once in 23 games and assisted twice, but he’s played in every game he’s been available for since Wayne Rooney took charge and has stayed on the pitch for the majority of the matches as well.
His work rate is exceptional and he doesn’t stop running, but supporters and probably Wayne Rooney will want to see him score a few more goals, or get into more dangerous positions.
He does supply a good cross though and for a lot of the season there hasn’t been anyone on the end of them – Colin Kazim-Richards is coming good though and Lee Gregory has also arrived to give Jozwiak another outlet.
Rooney has brought more competition out wide in the form of Patrick Roberts so Jozwiak will have to step up to another level to keep his place, but he should have no trouble doing that and he could develop several levels higher in the next few years.