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Excellent processing. Not to sharp. Not too dark. However, too centered. Remember that human eyes are in the vertical center of the face. If you place them on the center line of the frame, the image is generally deadened by a very static composition.
I think it is less of an issue in this image because the eyes (albeit important) aren't carrying the full burden of interest that they might in a "regular" portrait, per se. The bandage (and where he is looking) is as much or more of the focal point of interest here (by subject matter and by tonal value) ... so while the eyes might be centered, the focal point isn't.
The bandage line (brighter tonal value / key) is entering from the left, his head is pointed left (his right), and his eyes are looking image left ... all fairly subtle, but I think they are quite enough in concert to "decentralize" us even though it is fairly symmetrically framed.