Alex Telles has proposed that he won't take off of Old Trafford this mid year, with the Brazilian safeguard saying it is "a joy to be at Manchester United".
The 28-year-old left-back has battled for customary game time in England as he fights for quite a long time with the restored Luke Shaw.
With trips hard to come by under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, theory has surfaced in regards to assumed interest in Serie A from Inter and Roma.
Telles has closed down those bits of hearsay, with a 24 man appearances across all rivalries last season telling the Red Devils' true site: "It's a joy to be at Manchester United coming into my subsequent season.
"Last season, we verged on winning prizes, so we go into this next season with a great deal of want and I truly need to show my work and my worth here at the club."
Solskjaer is anxious to keep profundity in his positions, with endeavors being made to acquire another full-back choice on the opposite side to rival Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Telles shapes part of his arrangements therefore, with the player set to figure in an amicable challenge with Wayne Rooney's Derby County on Sunday anticipating having a special interest in minutes in a group that actually has total confidence in him.
Telles added in front of a gathering with the Rams: "I'm truly anticipating the game, I'm going into the game with a great deal of want.
"I believe it's a truly incredible open door for us players who have been here throughout the previous fourteen days.
"It will be an intense test however we're truly good to go for it. We've been buckling down in preparing today, and this last week, and I trust it's a chance to show my worth my quality and my potential here at Manchester United.
"I know Manchester United Football Club and the fans truly have faith in me."