Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has revealed that he's determined to become a success at Old Trafford.
As reported by Manchester United's official site, the Belgian international - who has been a key member of David Moyes' side in recent weeks - has insisted that he's growing in confidence at the club.
After a steady start to the season, the midfielder underwent surgery on a wrist injury late last year which kept him out of action until February 22. However, since returning to the setup in a 2-0 win away at Crystal Palace, the Manchester United man has been getting closer to finding his best form.
Fellaini played the full 90 minutes as the Red Devils secured a 1-1 draw in the Champions League quarter-final first leg with Bayern Munich this week, and now the Belgian is targeting future success with the club.
In an interview with United Review, Fellaini said: "I was injured for a while but I know I can play better for the team. I feel more confident in myself now because I know the players and I know how to play in this team, which is important for me."
"When I arrived, I didn't know the players and the team at all, but now I know everybody and I am benefitting as a result. I have played well in quite a few games, so I am happy with that. I am excited about what is to come and I am determined to be successful for this club."
"I was frustrated to watch so many matches from the stands and it was difficult. But it is great to be back and I have played a lot of games recently. We have picked up some good results and have improved as a team as well, so I want to keep that going."
Fellaini's focus will now turn to his side's Premier League clash with Newcastle United at St James' Park tomorrow afternoon. Manchester United will be desperate to secure all three points against Alan Pardew's side as they target a strong end to the season.