Thursday media watch [10.10.13 PM]: Bacuna vows to improve
Express and Star: Boss Paul Lambert today sent a passionate letter to Villa fans and insisted the team will live up to their expectations. The claret and blues chief has written to the Villa Park faithful to thank them for their early-season support.
ClubCall: Leandro Bacuna has vowed to "keep improving" after a solid start to his Villa career and feels he can learn a lot from Antonio Luna. Villa paid FC Groningen £3million for the Dutch utility man and he has already shown his worth, deputising at full-back and and making six appearances, scoring one goal.
ESPN: In a week in which he was linked to the Premier League leaders, U.S. international goalkeeper Brad Guzan insisted he's happy to remain with his current club, Aston Villa. Guzan has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season, with his stellar play helping record impressive wins away at Arsenal as well as at home against Manchester City.
Sky Sports: Leandro Bacuna has vowed to "keep improving" his game after making a solid start to his Aston Villa career. Utility man Bacuna arrived at Villa Park this summer in a £3million deal from FC Groningen and has made six appearances, scoring one goal.
FourFourTwo: Leandro Bacuna has revealed that he is taking tips from Aston Villa team-mate Antonio Luna as he learns to adjust to his new defensive role. The 22-year-old Bacuna, who joined the Premier League club from Groningen in the close-season, has been employed at right-back by boss Paul Lambert of late, despite having spent the majority of his career in midfield.
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