Skra Czestochowa coach Jacek Moskwa believes young goalkeeper Mikolaj Bieganski knows what he wants in his career.
The 15 year old has been linked with a move to Aston Villa after the Skra keeper travelled to England to have trials with the Championship side.
Moskwas has spoken about the Aston Villa target to the Polish media, which has been reported by Sportowe Fakty: “Nicholas is certainly a boy who is very aware. What he wants from life, everything he does is part of the bigger plan. From the mental side he is certainly a more mature athlete than his peers.”
According to reports this week Bieganski has already been put through his paces by Aston Villa after the young goalkeeper had a trial at Bodymoor Heath in the past 12 months.
Bieganski is being followed by other clubs following his performances for the Poland U16 side, and Aston Villa will expect to face competition from Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United to sign the player.
However, Aston Villa and other interested clubs will have to wait until the Pole turns 16 before they can offer him a professional contract.