Leeds United manager Thomas Christiansen has tended to stick with a relatively similar team throughout the duration of the season so far.
This ultimately means that there are certain players that are being held back, and that are not being given a chance to exhibit their qualities on the pitch.
Which one Leeds player should Christiansen stop holding back and give a chance to?
I guess you could say Mateusz Klich.
Personally, I don’t really think he has gone the right way about getting into the side with some of his Twitter stunts but what’s done is done.
I do think he does have some quality to show, though, and so it would be wise to give him a chance before January.
I know he is unavailable at the minute but I’d go for Stuart Dallas.
The Northern Irishman is consistent, reliable and also very effective but has barely had a chance to play regularly under Thomas Christiansen.
Sure, there’s a lot of competition in that area, but Dallas could do a very good job as well, particularly away from home.
Now his professional contract has been sorted, I’d like to see Jack Clarke in the first-team.
The youngster has a great reputation in Leeds’ academy, and if you are good enough, you are old enough.
Christiansen has already hinted that Clarke could feature before the end of the season, and I’m hoping to see him sooner, rather than later.
I am a strong advocate of Klich, and he needs to be given a chance. A talented player with a wealth of experience, I just can’t quite work out why he can’t get in the team.
I am sure once Christiansen allows him to show what he is made of he will become one of the first players on the team-sheet, but I would not begrudge him moving in the new year.