Colombia international and Everton defender Yerry Mina has revealed that his game has had a drastic improvement since joining the club.
Mina was partnered with Michael Keane in the middle of defence and the duo is yet to concede a goal - the other clubs have yet to reach the same feat since the start of the Premier League season as reported by TEAMTalk.
The 25-year-old though believes that despite keeping personal clean sheets, he has yet to adapt to the Premier League as there is still a lot to learn for the player who was signed from Barcelona for a fee worth £27million.
“I feel very good, the manager (Marco Silva) is working with me every day and giving me a lot of confidence,” Mina, who has not started more than six successive matches because of injury problems, told evertonfc.com.
“I am understanding more what he wants all the time and becoming more comfortable.
“This is my best football since I came to Everton but I have to keep my focus and always work to improve.
“It is the main job of the goalkeeper and centre-backs to keep clean sheets – that is what we are working to achieve every day.
“But we know there is still much to improve.”
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