Leeds United youngster Sam Byram has been singing the praises of new head coach Uwe Rosler in the Shoot magazine.
Rosler was appointed the Championship club’s head coach in May, and he seems to have made an impression on the 21-year-old defender.
Byram, who can play as a right-back as well as a right-winger, has spoken highly of the 46-year-old’s man-management skills.
“His man management skills, especially with the young players, he is always pulling you to one side for what you have done well and what you can improve on,” the English youngster told the Shoot magazine.
“I think for any young player, you want to learn and make yourself the best player you can. To have him looking over us and guiding us, he has been very good so far.”
Big season ahead
Rosler is a highly-rated manager who will be aiming to guide Leeds back to the Premier League.
The Whites will be looking to finish in the top six of the Championship this season and then push for promotion to the top flight of English football via the playoffs.
It will not be easy for Leeds, though, as there are a number of clubs in the Championship who have a similar objective.
The West Yorkshire outfit, though, have a very good and competitive squad with a number of talented young players, Byram being one of them.
From Byram’s comments, it seems that Rosler has got the confidence of the Leeds players, and this is only going to help the team in fulfilling their objective this season.