Miyaichi keen to emulate Wilshere after sealing Bolton loan switch
Ryo Miyaichi says the success enjoyed by Jack Wilshere at Bolton persuaded him to move to the Reebok.
The Arsenal youngster signed a season-long loan with Owen Coyle's side on transfer deadline day after making just two appearances for the Gunners this term.
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Miyaichi's move sees him follow in the footsteps of Wilshere after the midfielder spent six months with Coyle in 2010.
'Jack Wilshere said I would become a better player by playing here,' said Miyaichi, who watched Bolton hold Arsenal 0-0 at home on Wednesday before meeting his new team mates.
'I saw what Jack did here (on loan) two years ago. Of course, I want to be like him and play well for Bolton. My style is to dribble with the ball so I'm excited to come here.'
Manager Coyle added: 'He's a very talented young player, who is quick and exciting,' said Bolton manager Owen Coyle said. 'He had a great spell on loan at Feyenoord last season.'