Aaron Wan Bissaka’s stock is high. Very high.

For a man who made his professional debut less than a year ago it’s safe to say his rise has been meteoric.

Such has been the form of the 21-year-old in his first full season in the Premier League both Manchester clubs, Chelsea and Tottenham are mooted to be interested in acquiring the right-back’s services.

For those that have watched AWB would know why he is held in such high regard, for those that haven’t - should.

One statistic provided by Squawka should be enough to silence all those in doubt.

Combine that with the fact he is the league’s top tackler and has the most interceptions, there’s no more proof needed he is the ‘real deal.’

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Roy Hodgson quipped in a post-match conference:

“He actually made a mistake in the 94th minute and I was relieved because I was starting to think he might be a robot.”

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There is an air of inevitability when AWB is defending, a presence great defenders have that you know they won’t be beaten.

He has been beaten of course, but only on seven occasions. To put that in context, the next highest tackler in the league, Leicester’s Ricardo Pereira has been beaten 44 times.

His tackle win rate of 93% is not only the best ion league, but across Europe’s top five leagues.

For those that question his attacking ability, he comes in as the full-back with the most successful dribbles this season, and just outside the top 10 of all players in the league. That could go down to the fact he was a winger in his youth.

With AWB expected to get his first full cap for England when the squad is announced for their next fixture at the end of March, Palace fans are already aware the prospect of losing their starlet at the end of the season is highly likely.