London - Nigerian youngster Kelechi Iheanacho has admitted
he has to keep improving, despite receiving rave reviews over his recent
The 19-year is now a regular in the Manchester City first
team, often coming off the bench in Premier League games. He has scored one
Premier League goal, and also has the same number in the Capital One Cup.
His performances have drawn praises from far and wide,
especially from his manager Manuel Pellegrini, but the youngster says he must
keep working hard and keep improving.
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"I have to keep working hard and I also have to keep
improving," the Nigeria junior international said.
"I still have a lot to learn and I must keep proving
myself. I know I've had some good games but that is not enough. If I keep
working hard, I'm sure I'll keep improving."
Iheanacho now appears to be Manchester City's second
striker, in absence of the injured Sergio Aguero. The Nigerian now appears to
have only Ivorien Wilfried Bony ahead of him in the pecking order until the
return of the Argentine Aguero and he says he has to learn from both players.
"I try to learn from Wilfried (Bony) and Sergio
(Aguero), they tell me one or two things. I like playing with them," he
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