Leeds United are in a rosy position at the top of the Championship table as it stands and have been turned into potential promotion candidates by manager Marcelo Bielsa.
The Argentinian boss have managed to transform a number of players and midfielder Mateusz Klich has benefited the most from his arrival at Elland Road.
The central midfielder was shipped out on loan last season to FC Utrecht, but is back in the first-team fold this term and become one of the key players.
Klich has made 18 appearances across all competitions this season, scoring five goals and supplying five assists in return.
But the club’s hierarchy should perhaps be alerted to the fact that his current contract with them is due to expire in just 19 months in June 2020.
The Poland international penned just a three-year deal when he signed in in 2017 and he’s now nearly halfway through that.
Klich has proven this season that he is integral to Bielsa’s team by providing someone in the engine room with a great work-rate and also a genuine goalscoring threat from midfield.
The 28-year-old should perhaps be lined up for a new deal and penning him down to a long-term contract to secure his future would make sense.