The West Bromwich Albion loanee has already impressed but is only going to get better.
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has been speaking to reporters ahead of his side's match against Leicester City, with his comments published on the Baggies official Twitter account.
Among the topics up for discussion was the progress of summer signing Grzegorz Krychowiak, who arrived at The Hawthorns on loan from Paris Saint-Germain, and his manager is clearly impressed by his early impact.
"Krychowiak is an even better player than what he's shown already," Pulis said. "He's really mixed in. His English is fantastic."
That is great to hear, with some foreign signings struggling to adapt in their early months at a new club as they get used to not only their new surroundings but also a different language.
Such has been Krychowiak's career to date that it is no surprise he is settling quickly, with the midfielder born in Poland before playing in France and Spain prior to his stint in the Premier League.
During his time at Sevilla, the player was widely regarded as one of the best holding midfielders in Europe, and although a spell at PSG did not go according to plan, he has clearly lost none of his sparkle.
West Brom are now benefiting and it will be interesting to see just how influential the 26-year-old becomes in the coming months.
Pulis has done a great job assembling a West Brom side capable of reaching the next level and Krychowiak will play a major role in getting them there.