David Moyes has revealed that Shinji Kagawa will feature for Manchester United a lot more between now and the end of the season.
The 24-year-old came on as a substitute for Adnan Januzaj against West Brom today and helped Manchester United see out the 3-0 win.
Plenty of Manchester United fans have called for Kagawa to be more involved with the first team and by the sounds of it, Moyes intends to do just that.
Moyes on Kagawa: "We have competition for places with Adnan and Mata, but Shinji will play a lot more from now until the end of the season."
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 8, 2014
This season, Kagawa has had to settle for a periphery position in the squad and has only had fleeting appearances in and out of the first team.
It has led to inconsistent form from the Japanese playmaker as he has struggled to get a run of games but if Moyes stays true to his word, then he will be given the opportunity in the next couple of months.
So far this year, Moyes hasn’t trusted Kagawa enough to play him more often in the team but with Manchester United now looking like we are playing more fluid, passing football, it suits Kagawa’s natural style better and we could see much improved performances from him in the coming games.
Do you think Shinji Kagawa deserves more game time this season?