Dragovic was and is hailed as one of Austria brightest stars. His physical presence along with his mentality make him a force to be reckoned with to oncoming strikers. Dragovic made 49 appearances in his three seasons with the Swiss club FC Basel. This put him on the radar for Hannover as Zeeb stated early on in the rumours and speculation that he adored the young defender, and stated that the Austrian was destined to become a huge name in the footballing world.
Since Dragovic's transfer to the AWD-Arena for 3.5 million Euro's he has been instrumental in the sides defence. Mainly playing in most of Hannover's Europa League fixtures. Pundits theorize that his appointment to Europa games is due to the fact that Zeeb is trying to work him into the team. With three other top notch center backs this is definitely the case. Djourou and Haggui are perhaps some of the strongest center backs in the league so far, form wise. This makes life difficult for Dragovic and also his Brazilian co-worker Felipe who are both looking to break into a regular starting XI spot. This won't take long for Dragovic if keeps his head up and keeps on playing like he has. We could potentially be seeing him in the starting XI a lot more. Having an average rating of 7.54 so far this season this definitely determines the theory.
Like all players though there is always something that needs to be worked on. Dragovic in this case has been known to be a little too aggressive at times leading to unnecessary cards. For example his straight red for a violent push in the game against Newcastle earlier this season. Along with his aggressiveness needing to be turned down slightly, he needs to define himself in the squad. His performances have been satisfactory so far but there hasn't been any attribute or action that has highlighted Dragovic to Zeeb as of yet. To which would put him on the sheet a lot more.