Diogo Dalot joined Manchester United from Porto in 2018 for a fee of £18m.
The Portugal international didn’t get much minutes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and subsequently went on loan to AC Milan last season.
Dalot impressed on loan in the Serie A, and Milan are keen on signing him permanently.
The 22-year-old has revealed that his goal for next season is to keep improving and also rated his loan time in Milan as perfect.
Asked by United’s website what his target was for the season, Dalot replied: “Keep developing.
“When I had a season like last season obviously the things start to get more demanding as well.
“I want to keep playing, I want to keep giving everything I have and improve. I know last season was fantastic but I can do even more.”
Dalot said of his loan spell last season: “It was perfect.
“The goal for last season was to get minutes again, get my legs going. Be fit. And I had it.
“I think I was one of the only players in the [AC Milan] squad that was available for all the games during the season and for me that was a very good point as well besides of course the minutes and games I played, which were a lot.
“Like I said, it was perfect. I met very good people in the club, very good people in the city and it was fantastic.
“Every season you learn a little bit more. Not just about yourself but about life, about football and about other experiences as well.
“The chance to play in another fantastic league brought me some very good stuff, not just for football but for my life as well. Experience-wise it was fantastic and in the end I’m very happy with what I did last season.”