Colombian captain, Radamel Falcao has returned from international duty more confident than ever that he can provide the goods at Manchester United for the rest of the season.
Following a 3-1 friendly win against Kuwait, Falcao will return to Old Trafford with renewed confidence after moving ever closer to becoming his country's record goalscoring following a fruitful international break.
Although Falcao missed last summer's World Cup due to injury - during which Colombia excelled - he now has 24 goals in 56 appearances, leaving him one goal behind the current record held by Arnoldo Iguarán.
Falcao told Sport 360: "I have faith about that and when the season finish I am going to sit and think about my future and what is the best for my career.
"Here in the National team i have the opportunity, I give my best. I scored. And I return to Manchester now with more confidence."
When his future at United this season was questioned, he said: "We have the last eight games....I will give my best to have the chance to play as many minutes as possible.
"I have said before I need to play. I need minutes and I am confident about me, about my fitness. I am confident."
The 29-year-old is now under pressure to take this form back to his club as Louis van Gaal must make the decision as to offer a £43.6 million to make the deal permanent.
It would still appear, however, that Manchester United will not take up this option.
Manchester United fans: do you think your club should give up on signing Radamel Falcao on a permanent basis?
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