Hector Bellerin is always looking to learn from more experienced right backs.
The 19-year-old made his full Arsenal debut against Borussia Dortmund this season and has since become a regular in the Gunners’ back four.
Bellerin has been learning his trade from Mathieu Debuchy and Calum Chambers but he takes inspiration from other full backs as well.
"Everybody has got something to really help you so I think that’s the way to grow off the pitch"
“I always try to watch games to review myself, analyse what I’ve done wrong, what I’ve done right and keep doing what I’ve done right,” he told Arsenal Player. “I look at other players in the Premier League because it’s good to look at them and learn from them.
“I really like players like Pablo Zabaleta, I think he’s a really complete player when he’s attacking and defending. Also Cafu, who was an attacking right back as well, Dani Alves too - they’re the players that I can try to get the techniques and the positioning from.
“When Bacary Sagna was here he was a really big mentor for me. He did things right on the pitch, he was up for it and he was a good example especially for young players, so I would say he’s the one who I would have studied the most from Arsenal.
“I always feel that there’s something to learn about - it doesn’t matter which position, everybody has got something to really help you so I think that’s the way to grow off the pitch."