Sinclair prepared to bide his time
Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair is convinced his chance will come at the Etihad Stadium if he remains patient and works hard.
Sinclair quit Swansea for the reigning Premier League champions on transfer deadline day in a £6.2m deal, but has so far been restricted to just three appearances for Roberto Mancini's side. However, the 23-year-old is refusing to get down about the situation despite his lack of involvement in the first-team since the Capital One Cup defeat to Aston Villa at the end of September, and he is still confident he can make his mark as a City player. The former Chelsea man won't have a bad word said about his new manager either, despite the Italian's performance coming under scrutiny this season following a series of lacklustre displays from his defending title winners. Sinclair told Sky Sports News: "He is a good manager to work with, he puts a lot of demands on the players to make sure you go out there and get a result. "That is what you want from a manager, to put those demands on you and that pressure. He wants us to be the best that we can be. "When you come to a big club there are going to be times when you are not playing. I knew that and when I do get my chance I've got to give it my all and make sure I stay in the team. "I'm still young and I want to be a part of a great club. I am learning every day, every training session and every game. "It was great when I was back at Swansea and playing week in, week out and as a player that is what you want to do. "But at the same time you want to win trophies and play in the Champions League. That is the main thing with me and that is why I left."