Leeds United midfielder Pablo Hernandez is very happy under new boss Thomas Christiansen and is confident of a successful season at Elland Road, as per a report by the Yorkshire Post.
Hernandez was signed by Garry Monk at the start of last season. He knew Monk very well from his time at Swansea. When new Leeds manager Thomas Christiansen joined following Monk’s departure, a few questions were asked on whether Hernandez was going to stay.
Hernandez, 32, was a key player for the Leeds side who narrowly missed out on the Play-Offs last season under Garry Monk. He has said “When he (Monk) it wasn’t good for me but I had a contract here and I was happy to continue with the club and a new gaffer.“ He later added “I’m very happy with (Christiansen) because he knows my style. His style is very Spanish because he’s a Spanish gaffer and all his staff are Spanish. I think this helps me to show my best football.”
Hernandez is an experienced midfielder who had spells at Valencia, Getafe, Swansea and Al-Arabi before joining Leeds last summer, initially on loan.
Leeds have made a great start to the Championship season. Despite making 16 new signings, the new players have gelled together well so far and lie second in the table. Leeds fans are confident that this is the season that they finally get back to the top flight. All the players including Pablo Hernandez seem to fully back Thomas Christiansen and his staff and are exciting for the season ahead.