Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling does not view City new signing Jack Grealish as a threat to his place in Pep Guardiola’s team.
The reigning Premier League champions have smashed the British transfer record this summer to add the £100 million ($138m) playmaker to their ranks, snapped up from domestic rivals Aston Villa.
Sterling, who has seen exit talk sparked following a big-money deal for Grealish, told Sky Sports: “They have signed a great player and someone that wants to prove himself at the highest level. I don’t think there is any better club for him to try and do that.
“He is a player that always wants the ball, he gets in good pockets of space and he is creative. It adds another creative player to this team which I am really excited about so hopefully he can add a few more goals to my tally.
“When you add good players to your team it is always a good thing. He is a player I believe can truly have a great career here.”