Ander Herrera has revealed that he is loving life as a Manchester United player, and is planning to spend as much of his remaining career at the club.
The Spaniard has developed a brilliant partnership in midfield with Michael Carrick and Paul Pogba, as he provides a bundle of energy in terms of offensive and defensive options. But even before Carrick came into the side and results began to improve, Herrera was one of the main driving forces for United under Jose Mourinho.
Herrera joined the Red Devils in 2014 for £30m, and has played all but one of the last 12 games for the club in the league, with the exception of missing the Swansea match because of the red card he received against Burnley.
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According to Manchester United’s official website, when Herrera was asked whether he intends to stay at the club for long term, he replied: “Yes, but you never know because if I want to keep playing for United you have to play very well because United is the biggest club in England.
“The club has the capacity to bring any player here so you have to always be at your highest level if you want to keep playing for this club. It’s not easy but I hope I can and I will fight for it.”
Herrera is already termed as the next Scholes by his loving fans, and is seen as a future captain. He is yet to score this season, and has only 2 assists, but his main job is to compete for the ball and win it and bring his further attacking team mates into play.