After impressing in Manchester City's 3-0 win over Oxford United on Tuesday, England starlet Phil Foden has insisted that he trusts manager Pep Guardiola to develop him as a player and that he is willing to wait for regular first-team opportunities.
The 18-year-old made his first competitive start in the Carabao Cup clash this week, topping off his heavy involvement with a well-taken finish late on to send Guardiola's side through to the next round and maintaining their hopes of retaining the trophy in the process.
With another strong showing from the attacking midfielder comes more expectation and pressure to see him playing regularly, but d
The youngster said: "There is no need to rush. Pep knows what he is doing, I will play at the right time. He is good at bringing young players through, he has done it in his career before."
Foden has reason to show such faith in Pep Guardiola, who has a fantastic track record of bringing youth players into his first-team setups, particularly at Barcelona, where he moved an impressive 22 youth players into the senior squad during a four year period.