Manchester United attacker Memphis Depay admits he recognises his form has failed to meet expectations this season.
Memphis admits there is a huge difference between playing for PSV Eindhoven and representing United in one of the toughest divisions on the planet.
“I know when my performance is good or bad,” he stated.
“What matters is to keep focusing on the positive. Work hard. Every day, I try to become a better player.
“Doing that, you don’t think about your transfer fee or wearing a legendary number,”
“The difference [here] is enormous. Defenders are physically so strong, very fit and aren’t afraid of anything.”
“That was new to me, especially during my first few games. I had to get used to it. [At PSV], it wasn’t necessary to be on top of my game every match.”
“When playing in the Premier League, you have to. You are pushed to get the most out of yourself. Good just isn’t enough when playing for United.”