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Manchester United flop hoping to convince Moyes he is worthy

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Manchester United star Shinji Kagawa is aiming to use the international break to impress David Moyes, according to the Manchester Evening News.

The Japanese international has found game-time extremely difficult to come by this season, and has largely been on the periphery of the squad since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson.

However it would seem that the playmaker hasn’t given up hope of making the cut this year, despite being linked with a return to former club Borussia Dortmund in the summer.

The 24-year-old said: “Of course it is important for a player to continue getting games, but there is not much I can do about my situation.

“It is something that I won’t be able to gain unless I am delivering results.

“I can’t change the situation I’m in so to I want to turn it into something positive and do well.

“I want to grow by overcoming such a big wall in front of me.”

There have been numerous cries from fans wishing to see Kagawa given a consistent run in the first-team this season, though Juan Mata’s January arrival has made the notion of it happening even more unrealistic.

When Japan take on New Zealand next Wednesday - Kagawa has been named in the squad - he will be given the perfect platform upon which to show Moyes that he deserves a chance. Here’s to hoping he can take it.

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