Suresh Singh wants to prove his steel at the top and be remembered as one of the best in the country …
Suresh Singh joined Bengaluru FC before the 2019-20 season after two successful seasons with Indian Arrows. The midfielder has seen his stock rise over the past two campaigns and has quickly become a favorite of the Bengaluru faithful.
The Manipuri, shortly after signing a three-year contract extension this summer that will keep him with the Blues until 2024, is praised by his captain and Indian legend Sunil Chhetri.
What did Sunil Chhetri say to Suresh Singh?
Bengaluru FC captain Sunil Chhetri, who has also extended his stay at the club by another two years until 2023, described Suresh as an ‘annoying guy’.
“Every now and then you get a character you really want to get on the field with and he’s the one. He’s a proper fighter. He’s such an annoying guy when it comes to asking questions. He wants to know everything. If I, while he was training in the gym, he would come, ‘Bhai, can I do this to you?’ He would only hurt, but in a very nice way, ‘Chhetri responded to Suresh extending his stay in Bengaluru.
How did Suresh react to Chhetri?
On the social media platform, the 20-year-old said: ‘I will continue to annoy you, but for all the right things. I also promise to keep working harder and to make sure I never let you or the team down. ‘
Explain further, Suresh said Purpose“As far as inspiration is concerned, I really look to Chhetri bhai because there are many things I have to learn from him. He has the experience and he knows everything. He takes care of my weights and the timing of my rest. Why I bother. ‘
“And the good thing, too, is that he never says no to me. If I ask him ‘Chhetri bhai’, can I come then? ‘, He says yes. If he also goes to training, he sends me’ Suresh, ‘ I’m going to the gym at 6 o’clock. Do you want to join? “” Of course I said yes and we went together. “
Suresh wants to prove himself as one of the best in India
The former Indian Arrows boy has admitted that he was given the chance to prove himself if he was chosen to represent India at the U-14 level while attending the country’s Bir Chandra Memorial Sports Club in Manipur in 2017. Represented U-17 world. Cup held in India before joining the Blues.
“I’m lucky to get all the opportunities at a young age, but I do not want to take anything for granted, whether it’s playing for the first team of Bengaluru FC or the (Indian) national team. Keep working hard “I want to prove myself and be one of the best players in the country,” said Singh.
After winning five senior national team matches under head coach Igor Stimac since making his debut in the 1-1 draw in March 2021, Suresh added: ‘I really enjoy working with him (Stimac). practice because he gives confidence to every player. tells us, ‘Do not think this is my beginning XI. If you prove yourself, you get your chance. ‘ So it was really nice. ‘
Suresh has started in all five matches of India in the current calendar year, including three qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup against Qatar, Bangladesh and Afghanistan earlier in June.