Sky's the limit for Leicester City defender Michael Keane, says Wes Morgan
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan believes young central defender Michael Keane is destined for the very top.
Keane has been immensely impressive alongside Morgan at the heart of City's defence since his arrival on loan from Manchester United.
Not only that, he has been chipping in with the odd goal here and there, including the crucial last-gasp equaliser in the 1-1 draw against Leeds on Tuesday night.
Although it is the 20-year-old's first loan spell, and first experience of first-team football, he has looked a class-act.
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Morgan says Keane is destined to be a top Premier League player.
"I have been so impressed with him," said Morgan. "To come here from Manchester United reserves, where he played mainly with lads his own age, to step into the Championship where you play week in and week out, and it is hustle and bustle, where there is no respite and lots of experienced players, he has done remarkably well.
"That is testament to the guy. He is definitely one for the future.
"He has had a lot to learn in a short space of time and, if you can play at this level, I am sure you can play at any level. He has a lot of attributes to play at the highest level.
"I look forward to seeing him in the future. I have no doubt he will play for United's first team. I play with him and see him in training every day.
"He will definitely be a star of the future, if that is at Manchester United or another big club, who knows. But he definitely will be one of the players people will talk about in the future."