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HE’S had just seven A-League starts but Melbourne City teenager Daniel Arzani says he’s as ready as he’ll ever be for a Socceroos cal-lup. And he plans to show his readiness for the big time with a showing on one of the biggest A-League stages – the Melbourne derby.

Arzani, 19, wasn’t in his club’s plans when the last derby rolled around just prior to Christmas.

He hasn’t missed a match since, becoming a permanent member of the City side with whirlwind displays of his talent on the wing.

As it happens, Victory are the only A-League opponent Arzani is yet to face in his seven starts – nine appearances in total – and he can’t wait. “I’m really excited to be playing. Can’t wait. It’s going to be a crazy atmosphere and it’s very exciting,” he said.

“I want to go into this derby and just run at players. I’m really happy to be starting and I just hope I can do really well.

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