Eberechi Eze is determined to play at the ‘highest level’ even though he is enjoying life at Queens Park Rangers.
Eze has developed into an outstanding player over the past few years and this season has claimed an impressive 12 goals and eight assists in 39 Championship games prior to the league’s suspension.
Tottenham are said to have been interested in the winger for some time and are increasingly keen in making a move, with Spurs scout Brian Carey present to see Eze star in QPR’s 3-1 win at Preston in March.
“I think last season was such a big learning point for me because I’ve learned to deal with stuff like this (media attention),” Eze told Sky Sports.
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“Because it was my first season, I didn’t exactly know how to handle it. I’d be looking into stuff and I could feel it affecting my game and I wasn’t maybe as focused as I should’ve been.
“This season, of course, I’m seeing the stuff that is in front of me but I’m not allowing it to affect what I’m doing. The most important thing is what I’m doing on the pitch and as long as I continue to focus on that, everything else will fall into place. I want to play at the highest level.”
Eze also spoke of how much he’s enjoying life at QPR, adding: “Honestly, it’s so good playing for QPR because I enjoy going in every day and that’s how you play the best football in your career. You’re free in the mind, you’re not worried going in, you’re not anxious or anything like that – you feel confident to do your job.
“We’ve got Ilias [Chair], Bright [Osayi-Samuel], me, Mide [Shodipo]; we’ve got young players in the team that are very good players, pushing on to do greater things. It’s just good to be in and around them and to work with such good people.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.