Bukayo Saka keen to improve after winning England mens player of the year again
Bukayo Saka is planning for a big season for club and country as he aims to get even better after retaining his crown as England mens player of the year.
The Arsenal forward has been in fine form across last season and into the new campaign, earning him the PFA Young Player of the Year award before fans voted for him to hold onto the title as Englands best player for a second year.
Saka, who turned 22 on Tuesday, has scored seven goals in 10 appearances for England in the last 12 months, including three at the 2022 World Cup and a hat-trick in a 7-0 Euro 2024 qualifying win over North Macedonia in June.
His figures for Arsenal have been equally as impressive, scoring 14 goals and providing 11 assists as the Gunners finished second in the Premier League last season.