Victor Lindelof is enjoying life in Manchester and is waiting patiently for his chance to start more frequently for Manchester United.
The Swede joined the Reds for £30.7million this summer from Benfica, but has had a rather underwhelming start to his life at Old Trafford.
He’s yet to start a Premier League game, having had a rough introduction, making his debut against Real Madrid in a 2-1 defeat in the UEFA Super Cup.
“When I get my chance I want to do everything I can to help the team,” Lindelof said.
“That’s what I’ve been doing when I play Champions League. So, there’s no problem for me.”
Manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that Lindelof is playing European football but not domestic football because the style of play is easier for the 22-year-old to deal with.
“I’m just there to do my job. I am enjoying life in England, we are playing well,” Lindelof insisted.
“I have good team-mates and good coaches and it is a competitive league, that’s what makes it the best in the world.
“We had a very good start and we want to continue and play good football. We have a very good squad. We go game by game.
“It is a big game on Saturday and we are looking forward to it.”
However, the mood around the training ground and club before a trip to Anfield is always a tense but exciting one.
Lindelof’s start has been tough, but United fans have seen the impact a slow and steady start had on Henrikh Mkhitaryan; a good one. Hopefully the same will happen with Lindelof.