Matt Miazga showed his potential last season as he starred in centre-back position against Aston Villa, but he struggled to live up to expectations in the next game against Swansea and was replaced at half-time. He left Chelsea in the beginning of the season to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem, and after struggling to enter the first team, the 21-year-old finally earned the chance to be a regular for Vitesse and he has revealed just how much he has improved ever since.
He told the official Chelsea website: “I’ve played right centre-half most of my career and I’ve been playing left centre-half here, so just playing with my left foot and adapting to playing on the left side has been much better for me. I feel like it’s just as good as my right now.
“As a professional you are never perfect but you are always striving to be perfect in every area. I feel like I have improved my passing, my building up, the sense of awareness and communication, and the most important thing which is experience of European football and getting games under my belt.”
Will he be good enough for the Blues next season?