Aston Villa player Mahmoud Trezeguet has reflected on his first season in England and hailed club’s philosophy that ensured their Premier League survival.
The Villains drew 1-1 against West Ham on Sunday to secure their Premier League safety for next season as Watford, Bournemouth, and Norwich City were all relegated to the EFL Championship.
Mahmoud Trezeguet had played a key part in keeping Villa’s survival hopes alive, scoring goals against Crystal Palace and Arsenal to keep the club in the fight to avoid relegation until the final matchday.
Speaking after Villa’s draw against West Ham, Trezeguet expressed his relief that his side will be in the Premier League season while also breaking down the difficult run of games he had recently.
“In the end, I had my chance and I’m happy that I had a role in keeping Aston Villa in the Premier League.
The Egyptian has now finished his first season in English football with seven goals and three assists to his name in 41 games for Aston Villa across all competitions.