Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund has revealed he is gearing up for more playing time and also expressed delight with his debut for the club.
The Danish striker who missed three Premier League games of the season due to a back injury, finally made his long-awaited debut in our defeat against Arsenal before the international break.
Asked if he was looking forward to returning to United, the 20-year-old told Bold.dk: “Of course I am.
“I’ve said it many times and that’s probably the biggest thing you miss when you’re with the national team. So I’m looking forward to it. I live the dream every day, so I’m happy about that.
“It has been positive. I myself think that I made a good jump-in, and I hope that there are more minutes after the national team break.
“We have some exciting matches ahead. We have to face Brighton this weekend and Bayern Munich in the next midweek, so I’m really looking forward to that.”