The young German international has enjoyed a superb start to this season under Ancelotti,but he fells still he has a long way to go.
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The 21 year old German international Joshua Kimmich is not getting take aside following his rise to landmark and he is destined to keep on improving.
The multipurpose 21 year old joined the Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich form Stuttgart fore of the 2015-2016 campaign,and he founded himself as a first team member at Allianz Arena.
The young star netted five goals in his nine appearances for Bayern Munich so far,but still he leftover bland among his recent success.
"I came to Bayern from the second division last year and not too many people knew who I was, but that's all different now," the Germany international told the DFB website.
"I played a few games last season and came back from the Euros as an international player. It's certainly meant that the demands and expectations of me have changed. But I'm still just really happy to play any minute that I can get out on the pitch.
"The pressure hasn't really increased, because I probably put most pressure on myself, but the level of attention has grown.
"My name comes up more often in the media and I'm being asked for autographs more often. That wasn't the case a year ago, when I could still get on the team bus without anyone knowing who I was.
"Both with Bayern and with the national team, I have a lot of team-mates who have achieved a lot more than me – most of them are world champions, European champions or Champions League winners.
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