Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has said he is happy with his form in recent matches, and has vowed to keep on improving for the Red Devils, according to Sky Sports.
The Spaniard, who has kept three clean sheets in 11 league matches, has also paid tribute to his manager David Moyes and to the Old Trafford faithful, saying that it is their praise and confidence in his abilities that motivate him to keep on improving game after game.
Speaking to Inside United, the 23-year old said: ”I’m very happy with it (his form). I feel like this is a particularly good moment in my career at the moment and I hope to continue in the same vein for some time to come.
"I feel like I’m always improving and I hope that continues as well.”
And on his performances earning praise from manager and fans alike, De Gea showed his appreciation for their support and expressed his joy at hearing his name being sung from the stands.
“I’m very happy the manager praised me but, for me, the journey doesn’t stop now-I want to keep earning praise and playing well for this team.
"I play for my team-mates and I play for my manager but I also play for the fans…you owe it to them to play well and give your best, so it makes me extremely happy to hear the fans singing my name.”
United fans will be hoping that their shot-stopper will be in top form when they travel to Wales to take on Cardiff City on Sunday. The current Premier League champions went cruised into the international break after an impressive 1-0 victory over Arsenal and will be looking to keep their momentum up.
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