Brazilian has been just a bit-part player at Old Trafford of late.
Manchester United midfield player Anderson has said that he is determined to remain at Old Trafford and fight for his place in the team, says the Daily Star.
The Brazil international has started just 12 matches all season, while in his six years at United he has appeared in only 166 games in total however, despite recent reports suggesting that the 24-year-old had tried to leave the club on numerous occasions in the past, Anderson says that he wants to remain with the Red Devils.
“The only places you could go to from here are Real Madrid and Barcelona, you can’t have another choice,” Anderson said.
“The level at Manchester United is so big and so massive. You come here and you are definitely going to win titles.
“I have won the Premier League three times. I have won the Champions League once and lost two finals. I came to United as a Brazilian and I have been here six years. It is not easy to stay here. I love it here, but it is hard.
“I came here when I was very young. I came from Porto and there were people like Paul Scholes and other big players. It was hard.
“In my first year I did very well. In the second I played some games and missed some, then I have had big injuries.
“But I have always been here when the boys have needed me.
“It is not true that I nearly left. Everyone knows I am happy at the club.
“I have had a lot of injuries but I have never let the smile go from my face. When I don’t have these problems, I know my quality. I know I can play.
“I try to help the team all the time. When I want to leave, I will have to talk to the boss first, but I don’t have any issues.”