Daniel James has made known his delight at the recent success he’s enjoyed at Manchester United.
The winger has played back to back games for Olé Gunnar Solskjaer’s side for the first time in a while, as he impressed in our last two games against Real Sociedad and Newcastle.
James bagged a goal each in both games to take his tally for the season to five, and stake a claim for a more regular role under Solskjaer.
And when asked to react to his recent rich run of form for the Red Devils, the Welshman said he’s been patient and training hard, and has learned from his spell on the sidelines.
He told the BBC, “Every time I play I give my all, the gaffer trusts me and a lot of things I have been working on in training are coming off. I have been on the sidelines a lot but doing everything can to get back into the team. I am patient, you’ve got to be. What can you learn from when you are not playing? That’s what I’ve done.”