DONNY VAN DE BEEK has insisted he can ‘add one thing’ to Manchester United’s beginning XI after starring for Holland.
The Dutch worldwide – who scored in the 1-1 draw with Spain on Wednesday – joined Previous Trafford in a £39million transfer from Ajax in the summertime.
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Van de Beek scored for Holland of their draw with Spain on WednesdayCredit score: Reuters
Van de Beek desires to play extra at Man Utd and reckons he can ‘add one thing’ to the groupCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty
The switch was met by a backlash from pundits – with Patrice Evra slamming the move and Marco van Basten suggesting Van de Beek will regret it.
Van de Beek has been left pissed off after failing to begin a Premier League recreation – coming off the bench 5 occasions, scoring within the 4-1 win over Newcastle.
However the attacking midfielder has revealed he’s content material in Manchester – and is eager to show he deserves a beginning spot.
Van de Beek informed Dutch outlet NOS: “It feels like a cliche for me to say this…
“After all I’d have preferred to play extra, however I actually take pleasure in being in a pleasant group.
“I’ve been acquired very effectively and helped by everybody.
“I’m a affected person particular person however in fact you go there to play as a lot as attainable.
“I additionally assume within the minutes that I’ve performed, within the occasions that I’ve are available in, I’ve proven that I can add one thing to the group.”
Van de Beek additionally confirmed he’d had phrases with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – with the boss asking him to indicate endurance.
The Dutchman continued: “[He said] that I’ve to be affected person.
“But additionally [he said] that I simply should proceed with what I’ve been doing.
“[He said] he’s seen that I’ve a great influence once I come on to the pitch.
“My time is certainly coming. And when these alternatives come, I’ve to be there.”
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink not too long ago hit out at Solskjaer for his ways – saying it is ‘not the Man Utd way’ to field two defensive midfielders.
Hasselbaink desires United to ditch the 4-2-3-1 and play a 4-3-3, which may open the door for Van de Beek to begin, in the event that they ever wish to win the Premier League once more.