Man City striker Bunn enjoying NextGen experience

Manchester City striker Harry Bunn is excited being part of their NextGen squad.

Manchester City striker Harry Bunn is excited being part of their NextGen squad.

Striker Bunn's father Frank once scored six in a match for Oldham, and Harry - who hit City's goal in the opening 2-1 defeat by Barcelona - is following the family business.

He told City's website: "I always believe that every game I'm going to have at least one chance, so I aim to score from that chance. But it's the players around me who create the chances."

Bunn Senior, now assistant boss at Rochdale, holds the League Cup scoring record - he hit six goals in Oldham's 7-0 third-round win over Scarborough in October, 1989.

Harry said: "My dad used to give me tips - we'd get DVDs of all my games and go through them. He was at the Barcelona game - I'm hoping he'll be able to get over on a cheap flight to Marseille.

"It's our first away trip in the competition and it should be good - we were unlucky against Barcelona and now we want to get the win to put us up there in the group.

"We felt we did well that night - they had a bit more possession than us but with the chances we created, we could have got something out of the game."

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