Previously his issues always seemed to revolve around not being played. Past that I think he's always had a good attitude. I remember when he was asked to train with the u23's. He started a match for them and put in the laziest performance I have ever seen. Think he was pulled before half time. Compare that to Romeu when he lost his place and asked to play with the U23's so he could stay fit, and then of course fought and won his place back. This is the only problem I've had with Boufal really. Felt like he thought he deserved to be handed a place on a silver platter. I wonder if his loan spells where he's had to fight for his place have helped him mature a bit in that respect. He's still young. Also Ralph is a man manager so if Boufal is in his plans he won't be ignoring him. I certainly get the feeling he is willing to fight for his place from that tweet.