Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo has insisted that he doesn’t pattern his game after any player, and admitted that he’s still learning his craft from his experienced teammates.

Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo has insisted that he doesn’t pattern his game after any player, and admitted that he’s still learning his craft from his experienced teammates.

Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo has insisted that he doesn’t pattern his game after any player, and admitted that he’s still learning his craft from his experienced teammates.

The English-born Nigerian youngster, who has been with City since the age of five, played the full game against Celtic in the Champions League on Tuesday. 

“I wouldn’t say I model myself on one player. I try to learn ­everything I can from every player and put it into my own game, ” Adarabioyo said, according to the Mirror.

“When we are training, if I do something wrong, one of the lads will pull me to one side and try to fix it – even if they do

“They’re a great set of people to be alongside. I am thankful for that.”

Adarabioyo was on the bench as City lose 4-2 to Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday.

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