- Bruno Fernandes has set his eyes on improving his stats for Man United rather than playing many games
- The Portuguese international insisted that he craves to win trophies for the Red Devils this season
- The 25-year-old has scored nine goals and created five assists so far for United in the new campaign
Bruno Fernandes has stated he wants to score more goals, create assists than playing more games for Man United by the end of the season.
The Portuguese midfielder has started off the new campaign on a remarkable note scoring nine goals and provided five assists in 13 Premier League games for the Red devils.
However, the former Sporting Lisbon star claims he wants to improve his game and win more trophies than the games he plays for United.
Fernandes told MUTV quoted by The Sun:
"I think, as I’ve said before, it’s easy when you play in a team where there are so many good players around you.
"They help you to be better and I am here to help them be better. So I think, of course, numbers are really good but it is now that I need to start to improve.
"It will be more difficult from now and I mean difficult day-by-day and game-by-game because the players will know me better.
"Of course, I am really happy to have these numbers and, obviously, it is not easy to get to this point with these numbers but I want to do better and better, more and more.
"I want to finish the Premier League this season with more goals and assists than games. That would be good."
Fernandes bagged the Premier League's official player of the month award for the third time in November.
The Portugal international who was named the Premier League player for the month of November confessed that he wants to win titles under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United are on the verge of completing their first January signing after agreeing to a deal for Moises Caicedo, Daily Mail reports.
The Red Devils won the battle over Bundesliga side RB Leipzig and Serie A outfit AC Milan for the Ecuadorian midfielder.
Spanish new media outlet, Diario Extra claim, United have agreed a $4.5million deal plus add-ons for the 19-year-old.
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