Former Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has been waxing lyrical about the contribution of Pablo Hernandez to the Whites this season.
The Spaniard is enjoying his fourth campaign at Elland Road and has been part of a team which is absolutely flying in the Championship, sitting in an automatic promotion place with just 10 fixtures left to play (BBC Sport).
Redfearn has suggested that the form of Hernandez has been brilliant this term and that if the club did go up then he would be a major reason as to why.
Speaking about the ex-Swansea City player, Redfearn told talkSPORT (via HITC): “Just look at Pablo Hernandez. If it is Leeds United’s season and they do get promoted then I think they owe that little fella a real deed of gratitude. I think he’s been outstanding this season.”
Redfearn is right here, there is no doubt that Hernandez has been superb once again this season and if Leeds were to go up then his contributions would be a major factor in that.
Indeed in his 27 Championship appearances this term he has scored six goals whilst also chipping in with six assists too (Transfermarkt). Added to that, he also averages 2.3 key passes and 1.6 shots per game whilst he has also created a total of 11 big chances during the current campaign (SofaScore).
His numbers are extremely impressive and show just how important he is for Marcelo Bielsa’s side in an attacking sense. He is very creative and offers such a threat going forward, without him it is unlikely that they would be in such a good position with 10 games to go.
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