Burnley winger Manuel Benson has confirmed he intends to stay in the Premier League next season.
The Belgian arrived from Royal Antwerp last summer. And impressed in his first season at Turf Moor,
Benson scored 14 goals and provided five assists in 40 appearances for the Clarets and was instrumental in the lead. The team is promoted to the Premier League next season.
He contributed 11 goals and three assists as the side earned promotion to the Premier League in dominant fashion.
However, Benson made just 14 starts in the side and was supplanted in the team by Nathan Tella having initially arrived as the team’s starting forward on the right flank.
Recently, the 26-year-old footballer confirmed that he intends to stay in the top league with the current agency next season.the UFABET report
“I intend to stay. Playing in the Premier League has always been my dream,” he told Het Laatste Nieuws.
“But anything is possible in football. I’ve been in this world long enough to know that. I won’t put pressure on myself. I just hope to fulfill my dreams.”
“It’s always more fun. When you can do it with a club you are already familiar with. Facing Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City… it’s a higher level,
but I’m going into next season cool. I chose the rhythm more carefully. Now I know what to do when in a game. And I’m always ready.”