Rodrigo Moreno states he’s happy with life at Leeds United and thinks a top-half Premier League surface would be an excellent season for the club.

The Spanish global signed for big money in the summer season transfer window and has been a routine starter in recent weeks after shaking off early-season niggling injuries.

Leeds combated excellent competitors for Rodrigo’s signature in the summertime, with the Spanish striker impressed by the club’s long-term vision.

” I am happy with Leeds,” Rodrigo informed MARCA.

” This job makes you seem like you belong to a huge club, with fantastic space for growth. We have whatever it requires to perform.”

Rodrigo has played as an innovative midfielder for Leeds this term, with Patrick Bamford continuing to lead the line however has still scored three objectives.

Although the Spaniard accepts he will always be judged on his goal-scoring, he believes Marcelo Bielsa has actually improved other elements of his video game already.

” Marcelo firmly insists a lot that our video game is based on winning the private battles that take place within the group game: a striker against a main defender, for instance.

” And in this little time, I have actually progressed a lot because. When a gamer is not fine, both defensively and offensively, the group notices it. I would like to finish in the leading half of the table. Being rookies, if we wound up there, it would be a successful year.

” I plainly understand that the number of objectives is very crucial. We can not escape that and it exists. However I believe that when picking a gamer for a nationwide team or a group, a coach looks at many other things. I have actually never ever been a ‘9’ of reference, of 30 objectives per season.

” I believe I have constantly been extremely valued by the coaches of Valencia, Benfica or now since I contribute numerous things to the group. Undoubtedly, I constantly wish to score more goals, however I have actually never ever based my video game on that alone.

” I produce more things. Versatility is an advantage and a disadvantage for not only focusing on objectives.”