The 23-year-old goalkeeper went through a difficult season last term with Leeds, where he saw himself getting dropped by then Whites boss Sam Allardyce.


Under the new Leeds boss, Farke, Meslier has found his form in the ongoing campaign and he has featured in all 16 league games for the Yorkshire outfit, keeping six clean sheets.




Meslier revealed that Farke made him feel involved with the team and added that he felt that he had a huge role to play for the Whites under the German tactician.


The French goalkeeper stressed that it was easy for him to like how Farke wanted Leeds to play and stated that he knew, after the first week of the former Norwich boss, that he would enjoy working under him.



“We didn’t need to speak a lot, we just needed to speak on the pitch and it was my feeling on the pitch”, Meslier told Leeds Live.


“I feel directly concerned with the team and I feel directly I will have a huge role, an important role, inside the team.



“For me, it was easy to like it, the method of Daniel, how we wanted to play.


“Since the first week he came in, I knew I would enjoy a lot under his commandment.”


Under Marcelo Bielsa, Meslier played a crucial role in the 2019/20 season to help Leeds to the Premier League and he will be vying to repeat the same with Farke this season.