Leicester City striker, Kelechi Iheanacho has come out to say that he’ll keep growing as a footballer. He recently reflected on his struggles at the club in recent times before the positive change in his form.
According to him, too many people wrote him off when he was struggling but he never lost faith in his ability on the pitch.
Kelechi added that he went through a very crazy and difficult time months ago, but he just kept working extremely hard to turn things around.
His words, “I think a lot of people wrote me off, but I never lost faith in myself.”
“I was going through a crazy and difficult time when things just didn’t work out for me.”
“But I’ve worked extremely hard, and also have the manager and other staff at Leicester, and most importantly my brother and friend Wilfred [Ndidi] who stood by me.”
“It’s been a really tough ride, but I’m just delighted it’s all come together for me.”
“It was truly a bad patch and we all know that some people are always too quick to judge.”
“To hear some people come out now and start saying positive things again is only normal but I don’t even bother.”
“I only have to prove to myself that I can do this consistently, continue to grow, help my club and country when I get the chance to play.”
“We have a lot ahead of us. It’s that time of the season where you want to fight for everything in front of you and not get carried away.”
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