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Phil Foden warns Man City and England’s rivals ‘I can improve’

Record-breaking 23-year-old vows to keep working hard

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Phil Foden says warned Man City and England’s rivals that he can get even better.

The 23-year-old became the youngest player to ever win his sixth Premier League title with a sublime double in a 3-1 win against West Ham on Sunday, having already been named the Premier League’s Player of the Season.

He has now set his sights on completing his second straight double and lifting his third FA Cup when City take on Manchester United at Wembley on Saturday.

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Foden told BBC Sport that Sunday had been ‘one of the best days of my life’ but that winning trophies was addictive.

He said: “It never gets old. I want to continue to keep winning trophies – it’s the best feeling ever.”

“It can’t get much better at the moment,” he added. “Things are going my way at the moment but I want to continue working hard – there are so many things I can improve.

“I just want to keep going now, we’ve still got one more final to go.”

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Alex Hoad

Alex has more than 15 years' experience in sports journalism and has reported on multiple Olympics, World Cups and European Championships in additional to Champions League, Europa League and domestic football.