I have got a self-confidence that I have the ability but felt I was not being lucky and was an unlucky person.
Life is a results game. You turn up late for work four or five times, you get sacked. It's doing the right things and that's one thing I've learned about life. Everything is about results.
I'm very professional, I would play in any club. If I go to Brazil, being Palmeiras or any other team, I will make sure I give my best.
I'm quite ragged. People say 'raw,' and some people don't like raw. They prefer it neat and tidy but you can't be neat and tidy and also be leaping above people at the far stick to score goals.
As a child growing up, watching England, it was one of those things you always wanted to be involved in.
Cherbourg had released me and I had been trying constantly to contact my agent, leaving him voicemails and sending him texts, and he just wasn't replying. I was doing this every day and it got to the last day of the transfer window. He did not even have the courage to speak to me directly.
I was doing, in my eyes, nothing at Manchester City. You can train all day but it comes down to match situations when you go out on loan to lower league clubs.
I get messages all the time on Twitter and Instagram from people back home telling me that they have bought a Wolves shirt. It's amazing that it can happen.
My mum drank 20 cups of tea a day and my dad ate Digestive biscuits. So I've always felt English.
There are some players who lacked respect for me. There were some things said in public that should not have been said, not in interviews.
I'm not about to pay you $30 to take me four or five lights down the street. Like, it's not happening.
True champions aren't always the ones that win, but those with the most guts.
A month before signing for Chelsea I was very close to doing so with Real Madrid as Mourinho said he wanted me.
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