‘I follow their games and playing style’ – Daka excited to play next to Vardy at Leicester City


The Zambia ahead is able to begin a brand new journey within the Premier League after finishing a everlasting transfer from Salzburg on Wednesday

Leicester Metropolis new signing Patson Daka has described Jamie Vardy as one of many gamers he seems as much as, having been an ardent follower of the membership since their Premier League success in 2016.

The 22-year-old who moved to England on a five-year deal from RB Salzburg is trying ahead to studying and taking part in alongside the England worldwide who has ended the final six league seasons because the Foxes’ high scorer.

Wednesday’s swap comes as a brand new problem for Daka who clinched the highest scorer prize within the Austrian Bundesliga final season with 27 objectives in 28 matches.

The Zambia worldwide disclosed his admiration for Vardy’s qualities and his readiness to make an announcement in ‘probably the greatest leagues on the earth’.

“I’ve been following Leicester from the time they gained the Premier League,” Daka informed the membership’s web site. “I observe their video games and their taking part in fashion. Jamie Vardy is among the gamers I look as much as due to his taking part in fashion and the qualities that he has.

“I’m so excited to have the ability to have this chance to be subsequent to him and to study from him. It’s only a privilege for me. The Premier League is among the finest leagues on the earth. I’ve been making ready for this problem and I do know it’s not going to be simple, however nobody stated it’s going to be simple!”

Since he left Zambia’s Kafue Celtic in 2017, Daka has spent the final 4 years in Austria the place he made a reputation for himself together with his goalscoring skills and he gained the league title 4 instances in a row.

Forward of the brand new journey in England, the 2017 Caf Younger Participant of the Yr acknowledged he must rapidly discover his toes in Brendan Rodgers’ squad the place he’ll hyperlink up with Ghana’s Daniel Amartey, Nigeria duo Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi.

“I’ve to make [my playing style] swimsuit [the team]! I’ve to adapt to the surroundings. I didn’t swimsuit this surroundings the place I used to be earlier than at first, however I needed to make it work,” he continued.

“Within the Premier League, I’ve to know what I’ve to do to make it simple for me. My taking part in fashion is dependent upon the scenario of the sport and the type of opponents I’m taking part in towards. It’s one thing that I like to do, scoring objectives. It’s only a completely different feeling. As a striker, it’s what is predicted from me.”


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