Reports are out claiming that Radamel Falcao is determined to forge a successful career at Manchester United.
The Colombian international striker, on loan from Monaco, has managed just 11 appearances since arriving at Old Trafford with niggling injuries restricting his output.
The Falcao loan has been criticised by many and it appears as though the Red Devils may pass on a permanent purchase at the end of the season but the former FC Porto and Atletico Madrid star is planning to win over those who feel he has been a waste of money.
“I am very happy in this city, in this club and I am enjoying it here. I really want to stay,” Falcao said.
“From my point of view, I’d like to carry on but obviously I have to analyse the situation, see if I play more and see what decision the board takes.”
A fit-again Falcao added: “I feel ready for the moment that the team needs me. Whenever I have the opportunity to come on I try to do my best for the coach and I try to help the team.
“He has a philosophy that I respect. I have had an injury, and I have had to wait for the opportunity to play. I am not playing many minutes at the moment but I am sure that there will more opportunities to play.
“I’m almost at 100 per cent now, let’s see wait and see what the decision of the coach is, when he wants to use me more.”