Wales winger Rabbi Matondo believes he make a major impression in the Bundesliga and could emulate Jadon Sancho. Matondo followed in swapping the Premier League for Germany when he joined Schalke in January in an # 11m movement, because he transferred into 2017, England adolescent Sancho, who has scored 16 goals in 55 appearances for Borussia Dortmund. Even the 19-year-old scored his very first Schalke goal at RB Leipzig a month before he was recalled to Ryan Giggs Wales squad for the Qualifiers against Slovakia and Croatia. Its only one goal and it is just my very first beginning of the season, explained Matondo. But I can get many more minutes this year and bring about goals and aids and help the team climb the table. If I could do as well as he (Sancho) has done thus far I will be really happy. He is an excellent player. Because being at Manchester City together with him how great he will be and how good he will be, I have always known that. He will help me. Jadon did not make me go to Germany, but of course hes doing this well there and when it came about I thoughtwhy not? It wasnt that I couldnt observe a pathway (at City), I believe in myself. Of course at Manchester City its tough – all of the players are players. But it was more that I had the opportunity to play and go first-team football and at the time I didnt have that in Manchester City. Therefore I preferred to play first-team football so I took the chance. Half a year younger than Sancho, matondo, just turned 19 last month rather than produced a first-team look. The winger, who had been labelled the participant at City after beating the likes of Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Kyle Walker in speed tests, has made two starts for Schalke. But he insists his career is going in the right direction under the guidance of former Huddersfield head trainer David Wagner. I have still got a whole lot to improve and learn but Im satisfied with the way things are moving, said Matondo, who currently has three Wales caps later making his debut last November. Hopefully there will be a lot more moments for Schalke this season and hopefully thatll inspire me to play more for Wales. When I was younger I always believed in myself. I always thought: youll be playing in a great level when you are 17, 18, 19. That is what I am doing at the moment. We will see (about the future), but Ill give it my all Read more here: