Then he lacks ambition which is worrisome. Which human being doesn't want an improved contract/life? If he is good enough then you best believe he will demand a better contract when that times comes.Well, doesn’t really matter imo. To me, he doesn’t look like a type of player who will ask big wages.
Not sure whether you are joking or being serious. Ambition to play football to win things or ambition to earn money? two different things. Giggs, Neville & Scholes wouldn’t ask high wages, in your definition they lack ambition.
If you like what you do then you enjoy what you do.
@UNITED ACADEMY my 10 comments have been used so I'll reply here. Football has changed significantly since the days of giggs and scholes. Comparing them now to players of today doesn't make much sense giving there is now more player power and marketability. Players have better agents and counselling with jorge mendes and that fat pizza guy lurking everywhere. If they both were playing today they will also demand vast amount of money especially when the likes of rashford/martial are reportedly on 250k.
You also forget that football is a Job so if the player is good enough, when contract negotiations begin they will demand what they feel they deserve in regards to other players. All that talk about playing for trophies goes hand in hand with money. Only time players choose trophies over money is when they already have the money.
Its the biggest factor so its very important.In that case you don't have to worry much because there are other factors to ambition rather than higher wages. But yes, if he is good enough it is only fair that he is rewarded with a better contract. The Rashford type packet doesn't necessarily have to be the norm when it comes to young players.