Wayne Rooney has warned his critics there is still plenty to come after setting a new record as a Manchester United player.
The 31-year-old has been heavily criticised in recent times following his dip in form and drunken antics while on international duty with England earlier in the month.
However, he silenced doubters in perfect fashion as he helped Man United claim a 4-0 victory over Feyenoord in their Europa League game on Thursday night.
Speaking after the game, Rooney claims it was great to get back on the scoring sheet again.
“It was a good win, we are pleased to get four goals,” he said.
“The second goal killed the game, at 1-0 you never know what can happen.
“It’s a great feeling to score goals for this club, I am pleased and there is plenty more to come.”
Rooney registered his 39th strike in Europe, the most by a United player and is now just one goal short of Sir Bobby Charlton’s United record of 249.
After his impressive showing Rooney could find himself back in the starting XI for when Jose Mourinho picks his squad to face West Ham in the Premier League on Sunday evening.