Jack Wilshere: I learn a lot from Fabregas, Nasri and Denilson
Written by Renzo on October 14, 2010 4:00
An unused sub in England’s goalless draw against Macedonia, Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere revealed he’s still learning his job in midfield.
Speaking to Arsenal’s official website, the 18-year old said how decision-making is part of the learning curve as he explained how one can only learn from the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Denilson, players who he described as top class.
After returning from his loan spell with Bolton, the youngster made it straight into Arsene Wenger’s regular eleven as he is slowly becoming a vital element in the Gunners’ midfield.
With Tomas Rosicky, Samir Nasri and Andrey Arshavin all involved in Euro 2012 qualifiers this week, the Englishman is almost certain to start next Saturday at the Emirates against Birmingham.
On the learning process, he said:
[I’m learning] that things sometimes have to be done quicker, sometimes you can dribble but sometimes it has to be one touch.
Every day you learn when you watch someone like Cesc Fabregas, though it’s not just him. There are players like Samir Nasri and Denilson and you can learn anything from them.
They’re top class players and the best thing to do is train with them every day.