“I’m very self-critical,” Jadon Sancho told Sky Deutschland when asked to comment on his difficult first campaign at Man United.
“It certainly wasn’t my best season, but I learned a lot. A new league, new teammates.
“I would say that I’m only now really starting to break free. I feel more and more comfortable and happy.
“I was voted player of the match [against Leeds United] – I would say that was one of my best performances for Manchester. But it’s still about evolving for me. I can do a lot better.”
United pursued Sancho for several years and finally got their man last summer – but the returns have been underwhelming so far. In 31 games for Man United, he has only registered five goals and two assists.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are in desperate need of a win to stay afloat in the top-4 race after being winless in their last 2 league games.
Man United will host Premier League top-4 rivals Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Saturday, 12 March, 2022.
The last time these two sides faced off, the Red Devils picked up a commanding 3-0 win, but much has changed.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani have both been declared fit and available for the game after missing last week’s Manchester Derby.
Luke Shaw is yet to recover from Covid-19, but Raphael Varane has confirmed his availability for the game. Scott McTominay is a doubt with a calf injury.
Spurs have a few injury problems of their own. Ryan Sessegnon, Japhet Tanganga, and Olivier Skipp are all expected to miss the game.