Christian Eriksen reveals how Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp transformed his career when he was at Ajax

if (!window.OX_ads) { OX_ads = []; } OX_ads.push({ “auid” : “539279306” }); document.write(”);

The Denmark international is a regular feature on the scoresheet too, but his partnership with Kane and fellow attacking midfielder Dele Alli has been one of the major driving forces behind Tottenham’s rise to the top.

In this latest edition of the Daily Cannon podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita & Sylvain to get nervous about the noisy neighbours, and look forward to looking back to ’89.

Ian Wright delivers hilarious response after current Arsenal star compared to Bergkamp

Follow @GiveMeSport Already Following, don't ask me again

Arsenal vs Tottenham preview | Prediction | TV/stream info | Odds “In my first year at Ajax we had some sessions with Dennis Bergkamp and Wim Jonk,” Eriksen told Sky Sports.

(deployads = window.deployads || []).push({});Published 15 hours ago Add your comment

“Even then, you could always see Dennis’ charisma and confidence on the ball. He always knew how to take his first touch and where the ball needed to end up afterwards. I learned a lot from watching him and working with him. It helped me when I made it through to the first team.”

“He trusts me completely. You feel that trust and it makes you want to do everything for him,” Eriksen said.
"It will be a very exciting game and the atmosphere will be in the Irish favour but we have to turn that around and a goal will mean a lot."Eriksen played in that dismal 2010 World Cup in South Africa at the age of 18, and became their youngest ever goalscorer against Iceland in 2011, beating Michael Laudrup’s record by nine days.
‘;document.write(imgMarkup)}},getUdmMetadata:function(tagName,attr1,attr2){var metaObj={},metaTags=document.getElementsByTagName(tagName);for(var i=0;i”I learned a lot from watching him and working with him. It helped me when I made it through to the first team.”
We’ve launched a << BREAKING NEWS FEED>> exclusively for your club. ‘Like Us’ on Facebook by clicking here if you want 24/7 updates on all Arsenal breaking news.Wright is one of many pundits and former players who engage with football fans and express their views regularly via social media.

We’ve launched a << BREAKING NEWS FEED>> exclusively for your club. ‘Like Us’ on Facebook by clicking here if you want 24/7 updates on all Tottenham breaking news.

Eriksen is likely to be key at the Emirates Stadium given he has arguably been Tottenham’s most consistent performer this season behind the sensational Harry Kane.

“Even then, you could always see Dennis’ charisma and confidence on the ball. He always knew how to take his first touch and where the ball needed to end up afterwards.Eriksen, 25, joined the Dutch giants at the age of 16 when he left his native Denmark for Amsterdam and has revealed that he had help from Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp in linking up with strikers.

After Saturday's first-leg stalemate, there's a quiet confidence in the Danish camp that they'll eventually break Ireland down tonight.“We did this passing drill with a striker from the team. We worked on certain movements, learning how to measure his runs and then passing the ball to exactly the right place at exactly the right moment.
"I learned a lot from watching him and working with him. It helped me when I made it through to the first team."In other Arsenal news, boss Arsene Wenger has made a big claim about his future at the Emirates Stadium.

Ajax at Twitter: