Manchester United striker James Wilson has admitted to studying the game of skipper Wayne Rooney growing up.
Wilson was asked by MUTV about his role models.
On Rooney, he said: “He broke through at Everton when he was 16 or 17 which was a similar age to me [when I made my debut]. Then he got regular first-team football from then on, so that’s an inspiration for me. He’s got [he can score] free-kicks, penalties, outside the box, headers. He’s got everything.”