The on loan Cardiff midfielder says that the Leeds boss is still evaluating the squad.
New Leeds United signing Tom Adeyemi has told the club's website a little about how manager Uwe Rosler is getting to know his new squad of players, as well as how that will influence his plans for the upcoming season.
Having joined from Cardiff on loan, with a permanent deal possible next summer according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the midfielder has said that the German is still analysing the way in which Leeds will play, as well as the individuals the former Brentford and Wigan boss will select to best accomplish his intentions.
And not only that, but Rosler is also developing several playing styles he wants the side to play, hinting that the Whites will be an outfit with alternatives on the pitch next season.
"We had a little chat about the way he [Rosler] sees the team lining up and where I would possibly fit into that," Adeyemi told the Leeds site.
"He says there’s a number of different options of ways he wants to play. He’s going to have a look at the players over pre-season, myself included.
"He made it clear that – like every other player – I’ll have to fight for my place and make sure I do well to keep it."
Adeyemi made 23 appearances for Cardiff last season, featuring mainly in the middle of midfield but occasionally out wide, with Leeds needing cover in central midfield considering Luke Murphy's recent injury.
Having also turned out for hometown club Norwich and Birmingham, as well as for the Bees under Rosler earlier in his career, the 23-year-old is one of the few players at Elland Road who has worked with the club's new manager before, and in turn, is someone Rosler has significant prior knowledge of. That could ensure that Adeyemi is an important player for Leeds come the new season.