Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, former Aston Villa midfielder Lee Hendrie believes Tyrone Mings has not been at his best this season.
Mings has contributed to one of those errors leading to goal, while some of his performances in general have come under scrutiny from supporters.
Has Mings' form dipped this season?
And it appears such has not gone unnoticed by Hendrie, who simply feels that the 28-year-old’s level has dipped this campaign.
On £24.3m-rated Mings, the ex-Villa player told TT in an exclusive interview:
“Mings hasn’t been at his best this season – there’s no doubt about it. [Ezri] Konsa’s been the best centre-half out of the two.”
Indeed, while Mings has perhaps had some struggles this season, Konsa has absolutely thrived, with manager Dean Smith describing him as “Mr Consistent” earlier in the campaign.
With all of that being said, it would probably be unwise to write off Mings based on some shaky performances in one campaign.
He has been a regular at the club since initially joining on loan from Bournemouth back in 2019, helping his side to win promotion to the Premier League and retain their top-flight status.
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