If I was Chris Cadden I'd be looking to leave Motherwell this summer.
I think he's an absolutely cracking boy and despite his limitations a very useful player for Motherwell who I'd be delighted to have here for as long as possible. It's painfully clear however that he's at best stagnated since he burst onto the scene 2 and a half years ago. If he harbours any ambitions of being more than a decent Scottish Premiership player then he's going to have to improve several areas of his game- namely his technique, decision making and final ball. I'm not sure playing Right Back in a Stephen Robinson 3-5-2 is the best way to remedy this.
This isn't a slight on Robinson- who I'm a massive fan of- and finding a formation that suits the rest of the team, sees us safe from relegation, in 2 cup finals and rock solid defensively is obviously more important than shoehorning Chris Cadden into his best position. It's also testament to how admirably Cadden has performed out of position all season.
Again, from a Motherwell point of view, I'd love Cadden to stick around but I'm not sure if it's the best course of action for the sake of his career.