Ryo Miyaichi: I want to do what Arsenal's Jack Wilshere did on loan at Bolton

The Japanese teenager believes Owen Coyle's side play a technical style of football which will suit him, also revealing Arsene Wenger told him to go enjoy himself at Bolton
New Bolton loan signing Ryo Miyaichi says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has told him "to go and enjoy himself" at his new club, while he wants to emulate Jack Wilshere's success during a similar stint at the Reebok Stadium.

The 19-year-old Japanese winger joined the Trotters from the Gunners on loan for the remainder of the season on deadline day.

Speaking to his new club's website, Miyaichi said he was looking forward to getting game-time with a side he believes will suit his technical style.

Miyaichi also said Wilshere's success on loan at Bolton two years ago was something he took belief from and wanted to emulate.

"Two days ago Jack Wilshere said to me that Bolton is a good club and they have nice supporters. He said that I would become a better player by playing here," he said.

"I saw what Jack did here two years ago. Of course, I want to be like him and play well for Bolton."

Miyaichi added: "Arsene Wenger wished me good luck and told me to go and enjoy myself when I get the chance to play. The captain Robin van Persie told me the same too."

The Japanese youngster arrived at Bolton on Wednesday after travelling with Arsenal up to Lancashire for their league clash which ended goalless, before meeting his new boss Owen Coyle. Miyaichi said he believed Bolton's style would suit him.

"I played against Bolton in the Carling Cup a few months ago. I was impressed because they were a good technical team who passed the ball," he said.

"My style is to dribble with the ball so I'm excited to come here and play with some very famous players. I will try to do my best for the supporters, manager and my team-mates. I believe I'm going to improve as a player here, but I will need to work hard."

He added: "I want to get to know the Bolton people and find out more about the town."
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