The Bulgaria international left the CSKA Sofia academy to sign his first professional contract with Naftex Burgas in 2004.
Keeping a clean sheet on his league debut against Cherno More Varna the following year, he made a further three appearances before joining Chernomorets Burgas ahead of the 2006/07 season.
Vladislav became first-choice keeper for the 2007/08 campaign and kept ten clean sheets, earning a trial period with Dinamo Kyiv.
In January 2010 he signed for Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol and in his first full season he appeared in the Champions League and ended the campaign as the domestic league’s Goalkeeper of the Year.
In 2013 Vladislav returned to Bulgaria to sign for Ludogorets Razgrad and went on to shine in the team’s 2013/14 Europa League side, earning a place in the Team of the Group Stage with four clean sheets. He was also named Bulgaria’s Player of the Year for 2014.
He played a key role as the club progressed to the group stage of the Champions League the following season and saved a Cristiano Ronaldo penalty during Ludogorets’ home debut against Real Madrid.
A serious knee injury then curbed his progress but Vladislav is now back in action and looking to show the form which has seen him make 19 appearances for his country. He also saved another Ronaldo penalty in Bulgaria’s 1-0 friendly win in Portugal in March 2016.