Fellaini eyeing more goals as Manchester United get set to mount late season charge

Marouane Fellaini is determined to rediscover his goalscoring game in a bid to help Manchester United push into the top four.

The Belgian midfielder contributed a great amount of goals during his time at Everton but has been shy in that department since his switch to Old Trafford in 2013.

Fellaini has scored just nine goals for the Red Devils but plans to add to that more frequently in the season run-in as United strive to improve on their current standing of fifth in the Premier League.

“It’s always good to score but, this season, I have missed a lot,” Fellaini, who netted seven times last term, told United Review.

“I have created a lot of chances but I have always hit the post or there were great saves from the goalkeepers.

“Sometimes it is luck and I hope it turns. I hope to score seven goals or more again.”

The 28-year-old added: “I know it is coming because, OK, the luck can resolve itself.

“In the last few games, I’ve had the chance to score but the keeper is there or he makes a great save.

“That’s football as well but I hope the luck turns. I know it is coming.”

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