On loan Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao believes that he can still make an impact at the club and will not stop trying his very best to show what he can do, according to The Sun.
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The 29-year-old has largely been a disappointment at Old Trafford this season, and it looks increasingly likely that he won’t be kept on permanently when his loan deal from Monaco expires over the summer.
With a £46m asking price seemingly too high for Louis Van Gaal to want to stump up on current evidence, his future will be cast into doubt once again.
However, he has intimated that he is determined not to let that get him down and will continue to try to impress Reds chiefs while there is still time.
“Every player wants to play. I keep working hard in training, learning how to play in different systems, in different styles,” he said.
“Manchester United is a great club. I am very happy to be here and I am happy to be patient.”
Falcao will also likely feature from the bench in this weekend’s Manchester derby, but he has said that he is thrilled to be involved and won’t waste his chance if given the opportunity to get on the pitch.
“I’d be thrilled to play,” he added.
“I didn’t play in the derby earlier this season but you could sense the atmosphere in the city for more than a week before the match. It was all people were talking about.”