Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor believes that he has improved this season.
Leeds United youngster Charlie Taylor has told the club’s official website that he has improved this season.
Taylor, who can play as a left-winger or as a left-winger, was recently voted as the 2015-16 Leeds United Player of the Year.
The 22-year-old missed a chunk of the season due to glandular fever, but he has been a regularly for the West Yorkshire outfit this campaign when fit.
“I’m pleased with how my season’s been, considering everything that’s gone on,” the 22-year-old told Leeds’s official website. “I do feel I’ve improved hugely since I got my chance here last season.
“I thought I improved massively in the year at Fleetwood but the last 18 months have been so much better. My all-round game, my defending and my supporting up front - I’ve contributed more in attack. But I think a few of us have had good seasons here.”
Taylor has scored one goal and created 44 chances in 38 Championship appearances for Leeds.
The youngster has a pass accuracy of 74% and a shot accuracy of 36%, and has won 61 headers, 40 dribbles and 59 tackles.
During the 2014-15 campaign, the Leeds defender scored two goals and created 14 chances in 23 Championship matches.
Taylor had a pass accuracy of 67% and a shot accuracy of 55%, and won 30 headers, 23 dribbles and 29 tackles.
Leeds are 12th in the Championship table at the moment with 58 points from 45 matches.