Manchester City youngster Enes Unal joined NAC Breda on-loan over the winter transfer window after failing to gain a work permit to play in England.
The Turkish international striker stated that he wants to establish himself as a City star in the future after proving himself on loan.
Unal told Fanatik: “My main aim is to become a star at Manchester City. I actually hoped to play for my club this season but due to the foreign player ruling I was unable to get my work permit.|
The 18-year-old will be hoping manager to be Pep Guardiola is watching his progress at the Dutch outfit. Unal has four goals in six games for NAC who are currently fourth in the league 13 points leaders Sparta Rotterdam.
Unal joined City on a £2 million move from Bursaspor over the summer on a four-year deal after making a name for himself as one of the brightest talents in Turkish football.
In 2013, aged 16, the City wonder-kid became the youngest player to score in the Turkish top flight scoring against Galatasaray and he had a terrific record and youth and international youth level which earned him a £2,000,000 move to Manchester.