And he's spoken of how he'd develop his skills playing in the cages of south London.
"It was all about learning skills and expressing myself," he told The Independent. "I like adapting that to a real game. It makes defending harder because opponents don't think you have those sort of skills.
"It gives you an advantage against some players and luckily enough it's been working out for me."
"They were the three players I looked up to."