Donald Love hopes for more chances at Manchester United.
Love, 21, made his United debut at Sunderland last month and lined up in the Europa League defeat at Midtjylland five days later.
The Scot, though, accepts he faces a tough task after been pushed down the right-back pecking order by returning duo Matteo Darmian and Antonio Valencia.
“I don’t want to drop out but it’s hard to establish yourself at Manchester United.” he said.
“This summer they could go out and spend another £300million and there’s nothing I could do about that.”
“I’m just going to try and keep pushing until the end of the season and try to become a Manchester United player.”
“Nothing has really changed, I just go in and train as usual every day to try and impress the manager. I just do what I normally do. I live with my mum and dad about 45 minutes away from the training ground.”
“I think it will sink in soon. When the seasons ends I’ll probably look back at the season and think: ‘I’ve played for Man Utd’ and not a lot of people can say that.”