Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj says he’ll improve for Borussia Dortmund when he is fitter.
Observers in Dortmund have expressed concern with Januzaj’s fitness levels, a criticism also aimed at Shinji Kagawa when he first returned to Germany after his unhappy two-year spell with United.
And the Belgian admitted he still has some way to go before reaching peak condition.
“I’m trying to do my best because obviously I’ve not got a lot of games in my legs which is difficult for me mentally, because I need more games to be a better player,” he said.
“Also at the moment i don’t really have that level of fitness that allows me to do more than another player.”
“Of course it’s about adapting but I need more games to be fitter and take people on.”
“I have qualities also that I showed in the first year in United but I need games in my legs which is difficult at the minute.”
“But I’m training for myself and training hard to always be fit whenever l play so I can do something.”