I find it hard to believe that left of a back three is his preferred position. He seems a lot less comfortable coming out with the ball from that side. From the right of a two he looks a lot more assured to me, maybe it's just a misperception on my behalf. I've heard it said before that's his strongest position but I've seen no evidence of it.
He was superb just before his injury.
Pretty sure he played on the left for the vast majority of his appearances.
There was some stat about having the highest percentage of completed dribbles in Europe.
So (whilst I agree with the fact he's stronger on the right) I don't think he struggled last season on the left.
If we go back to a 4, Dunk on the left and Webster on the right is a rock solid pairing, but might limit Webster's options to drive forward.
Signing a new extended contract
He's worth the new deal based on this tackle alone.