PSV Eindhoven star is keen to keep improving, but acknowledges interest from England
PSV Eindhoven star Hirving Lozano has admitted the praise he receives from the English press is ‘special’ and revealed he liked Manchester United as a child.
The Mexican forward, known as Chucky, impressed in both games against Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League with his direct running and technical skills.
And with the speculation, many parts of the media have lavished praise on Lozano, which he conceded had made him feel proud.
But he wants to continue learning his trade and improve his talents.
He told talkSPORT’s Universo Premier: “It´s nice English papers talk nicely about me. It´s special. Personally I say thanks for the nice words. I always try to improve and give something extra. I will keep on improving.
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“I learn a lot from every manager. Every manager passes on something new. Mark van Bommel had a great career and you must learn from every manager.”
And when asked about the teams he enjoyed as a child, he added: “I liked Manchester United a lot. In Spain my favourite team is Barcelona.”