ISAAC Buckley-Ricketts is used to being compared with Raheem Sterling – but the winger wants to use his loan spell at Oxford Unitedto make a name for himself.

The final paperwork on a deal until the end of the season was completed yesterday, meaning the 19-year-old can face Walsall today.

As a pacy wide man coming through the ranks at Manchester City, parallels have been drawn between Buckley-Ricketts and Sterling.

But if he gets on today for a debut, the aim will be to start showing what he can do.

“I get that a lot,” he said.

“It’s understandable because we’re both at City, a similar height and quick.

“But I’m Isaac Buckley-Ricketts, I’m not Raheem.”

While he has not featured for Pep Guardiola’s first team, Buckley-Ricketts has played top-flight football this season on loan at FC Twente in the Netherlands.

The Manchester-born attacker was also part of the England squad who won the UEFA European Under-19 Championship last July and promises to add pace to United’s forward line.

He said: “You can expect a lot of explosive play, because I’m a quick player.

“You’re going to see a lot of one-versus-one dribbling, a lot of quick, explosive football – that’s the way I like to play.”

City brought Buckley-Ricketts back from the Netherlands early due to a lack of game time.

It led to a scramble from a host of interested clubs – many of whom were still trying to make offers at the last minute – but United won the race and are set to benefit from the teenager’s time at Twente.

He said: “Coming from under 23 football you can see who is in the crowd – it’s family and a few friends.

“So it was a big jump to playing against Feyenoord and it opened my eyes to football in general.

“I think it helped a lot, and I learned a large amount, considering I didn’t play too much.

“It was a lot more just being around an environment where you had people’s careers on the line every day.

“One or two bad performances can leave you out of the team.

“With me not playing many games in Holland I knew I wanted to get out and play football elsewhere.

“In training I didn’t sulk, I was always trying to get ready for the next thing because you know you’ll have a chance to show your work somewhere else, so I stayed on top of my fitness. I feel good.”