"I do not waste any thoughts on a change": Jadon Sancho insists that he owes a lot to Borussia Dortmund and does not think about leaving the club
- Jadon Sancho does not think about leaving Borussia Dortmund soon
- Sancho loves life in the Bundesliga, where he stands for form and goals
- His form was rewarded with another call to the English national team
Matt Porter for Mailonline
Jadon Sancho, the young Englishman, who was tipped as a future star of the national team, has set the Bundesliga football fire at Borussia Dortmund this season.
The 18-year-old has scored four goals and six assists in ten league games and some other major clubs in Europe attract little attention.
However, after extending his contract with the Bundesliga club, Sancho believes that he is not wasting any "thoughts" on a big move in the near future.
Borussia Dortmund Jadon Sancho says he will not think about changing clubs so quickly
He is in form right now, scoring goals and helping, and says he owes a lot to BVB
"I do not waste any thoughts on a change," Sancho said in an interview with The Mirror. "I owe much to BVB and have a lot in mind with this team. I'm happy here and did not sign for so long. "
In October, Sancho extended his contract to Dortmund until 2022. He was from the Manchester City Academy last year and has been a successful season ever since.
Borussia Dortmund is currently at the top of the Bundesliga, four points ahead of Borussia Mönchengladbach and Bayern Munich.
Dortmund will play against Bayern on Saturday to further extend the lead.
"If we give everything and give our fans full throttle, we know how strong the Bavarians are, but we also know that we can beat them if we have a good day, especially at home.
England coach Gareth Southgate has called Sancho again on upcoming internationals
"We have respect for them, but also a lot of self-confidence, and we hold everyone together."
Sancho's form, with which he also scored a goal and an assist in the Champions League, was rewarded by English coach Gareth Southgate with another call to the national team.
England will compete in a friendly against the USA next week, followed by another match against Croatia in the Nations League.