Manchester United forward, Jesse Lingard has come out to say that his future must guarantee regular football for him. He recently revealed that constant playing is important for his career right now.
According to him, playing regularly makes him show what he can do on the pitch, and he only needs a manager and team that will believe in him.
Lingard added that not making England’s Euro 2020 squad was definitely painful but he is now focusing on supporting the boys from home.
His words, “Regular football is the most important thing for me.”
“After going on loan and getting a good run in the team, you started to see the real me, with the goals and the assists.”
“I’ve never doubted my ability, I’ve always believed in myself. I spoke to the manager (Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) in pre-season and said, ‘I need game time’. He said, ‘we can discuss it December time’, and we spoke again and he agreed to let me go on loan.”
“I had various conversations with him during my time at West Ham. He was very supportive and it was a great loan for me.”
On not making the Euro 2020 squad, “It was emotional. You’re sad and you’re down, but you’ve got to respect the manager’s decision.”
“Me and Gareth have a great relationship, and now it’s about supporting the boys.”
“I love watching England – I’m a fan myself. I enjoyed going to the beer garden to watch the first game.”
“Last year, November time, I think no one thought I’d get near the team. But I worked hard, did well on loan and England came knocking.”
“I enjoyed the camp in March – it’s always good to be back with the boys. I played in those games, and then coming up to the Euros, being involved in the 33-man squad was brilliant as well.”
“I worked so hard to get there. I didn’t get picked, but I’ll always carry on supporting the boys.”
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