I aim to be a top achiever – says Vikram Pratap Singh from Mumbai City FC
Vikram Pratap Singh, Mumbai City FC’s 18-year-old striker, has said that he needs to turn into the top objective scorer in the Indian Super League.
Singh had an advancement season in the 2019-20 I-League, where he played for youth improvement side Indian Arrows. He said that inferable from different unfamiliar exposure trips he was important for, with the Indian U-16 side, he has become a more developed player.
“Initially, I need to make my debut for the senior public group. At the club level, I need to go up against the best – any resemblance of Sunil Chhetri Bhai and the unfamiliar strikers. I have to prove that I can perform well and even beat them,” Singh said in an Instagram live meeting from the official Indian football crew account.
“I need to reify myself that I can perform well and beat them and become a top scorer in the Hero Indian Super League,” he included.
Singh was important for the group that arrived at the quarter-last phase of the AFC U-16 titles in 2018 and scored a significant punishment against Vietnam in the gathering stage to give his group three points.
Looking at being an aspect of that gathering, Singh stated: “I feel that the development level has gone up due to the various presentation visits we got, because of the league. We got the opportunity to play against so many high-level nations, which has had a major effect on me.”
“Our group has been fortunate to play against solid teams from Asia, Europe, and Africa. At first, we used to be feeling the squeeze when we began playing at the International level and there would be slight hiccups. Yet, because of the ceaseless presentation and chances to confront top nations, we figured out how to relax and perform better. Presently, we go into each game with an inspirational attitude to give the best effort, regardless of who we are playing against,” he added.
Singh scored four objectives in the 2019-20 I-League season and was marked by Mumbai City FC for a charge of ₹50 lakh. He is fit for playing any situation over the assaulting third and bases his game around snappy dynamic and speed.