Harry Maguire wants to regain his first-team status at Manchester United.
The England international captained the team to a clean sheet against Real Betis last night to seal their spot in the last eight of the Europa League.
He made his sixth start since the start of the year as he has fallen down the pecking order behind Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez.
He’s clearly aiming for more game time under manager Erik ten Hag after he was selected for England in their upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers
“I work hard at the training ground and that’s all that you can do,” he told BT Sport after the match, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
“You can work hard in training, I put everything into training. We have good coaches at this club and they put on really good sessions for us the day after games.”
Maguire added: “Listen, it’s not been too long since my last game, I think it is a couple of weeks ago, I have started five, six, seven since the World Cup.
“Obviously, I want to play more, I want to start more games, but I’m playing my part on and off the field.”