Leeds United left back Charlie Taylor has told the club's official website that he is 'improving all the time' under new manager Uwe Rosler.
Rosler arrived as Leeds manager earlier this summer, replacing Neil Redfearn, and he has so far made an impressive start to life at Elland Road.
With four draws and one victory, Leeds remain unbeaten in the Championship under Rosler this season, and the 2-1 victory over Derby County before the international break showed just what Leeds can do under the German.
One of the stars from that win over Derby County was left back Charlie Taylor, who has made an impressive start to the season and helped nullify the threat from Derby's attacking talents.
The 21-year-old has emerged through the ranks at Elland Road, and has become Leeds' first choice left back since the sale of Stephen Warnock to Derby in January.
Speaking to the club's official website, Taylor says that he is improving and learning all the time under new manager Rosler, praising his boss for his advice.
"I feel like I’m playing well, I’m just enjoying my football really," said Taylor. "I'm playing back at left-back. I’m enjoying every game and taking it one game at a time. I’m enjoying playing for Leeds."
"I think I’m improving all the time and learning bits from the gaffer and the coaches in training. I’m learning something new every day with the coaching staff here. It’s making me a better player. Every little detail is so focused on; everyone knows what they’re doing," he added.
Taylor will be looking to join the likes of Fabian Delph, James Milner and Aaron Lennon in coming up through the ranks at Leeds and eventually playing in the Premier League and for England - and Leeds fans will be hoping that he achieves those goals whilst staying at Elland Road.