Latibeaudiere says that playing in the Netherlands has given him the experience to fulfil his dream of playing for the Manchester City first team.
He told talkSPORT: “In Holland, the league isn't as physical as the Premier League or the Championship, so I feel like the younger players get more of a chance.
“I would recommend going out there and playing football. You're [also] learning a totally new style of European football; if you're playing for the best teams, you're going to be playing in Europe anyway, so you've already had that experience of European football and a brand new style.
“Just training with the first team every day and being in a first-team environment and even in the changing room has helped me a lot. But getting the minutes, playing in front of big crowds and playing against men [has really helped as well].
“Over there it was quite tactical so that was good to learn, and it was very different from what I was used to back in England. I think I benefited a lot and I think it was really important I made the decision to get out there on loan and get my first taste of professional football."