Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Yves Bissouma was criticised heavily for his mediocre performances last season.
The 27-year-old seems to have found a new lease of life under Ange Postecoglou this season.
Bissouma has now established himself as a key player for Tottenham and his performances this season have been outstanding.
Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has now revealed on the No Tippy Tappy Football podcast that Bissouma is a better player than Chelsea signing Moises Caicedo.
“Now Ange Postecoglou has gone in there and some of those players are unrecognisable. You can only say what you see. The recruitment looked bad because the previous manager wasn’t getting the best out of them. This manager is. Bissouma has been unbelievable. Incredible, Bissouma has more than Caicedo I believe, he has that little drive through midfield, he’s cuter with his passing,” Sherwood said.
The Blues paid a British transfer record sum (£115m) for the Ecuadorian international during the summer transfer window but the 21-year-old has not been able to live up to the expectations at Stamford Bridge so far.
He had previously established himself as one of the finest young talents in the Premier League and it remains to be seen whether he can get back to his best once again.
There is no doubt that Bissouma is outperforming the Chelsea summer arrival right now and Tottenham fans will certainly hope that the Malian international can continue to perform at a high level.
He has not only helped Tottenham improve defensively, his presence has allowed the creative players to operate with more freedom as well.
That said, the Chelsea youngster remains an elite talent, and there is no reason why he cannot prove to be a raging success at Stanford Bridge in the coming seasons.