Chidiebere Nwakali who recently joined Norwegian side IK Start says he still has faith that he will one day play for his parent owners Manchester City.

Speaking to the club’s official TV after the conclusion of his move the 19 year old who is into his third loan spell in 18 months is confident he will make the grades at Manchester City.

“I still have dreams that one day I will play for Manchester City at the Etihad stadium I am confident about it” He said.

On his inability to get games at his previous two loan clubs Malaga and Girona both in Spain he revealed it was both for different reasons.

“At Malaga I left to join the Nigeria U-20 camp when I returned I was injured and couldn’t get into the team while at Girona I wasn’t quite settled very few people speak English and it was awkward being the only black man in the dressing room”

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Nwakali leaves Girona without a game in 7 months but he is however confident things will work out well for him in Norway as he has been told it’s a good ground for young footballers.

Moreso he is more at home at IK Start as he was warmly received by his teammates who speak english as well as the presence of two N