Harry Maguire seems worried about his future at Manchester United.
The Manchester United captain revealed his thoughts about his struggling period at the club this season.
Maguire started only three games this season for the Red Devils but has been regularly on England’s teamsheet during the World Cup.
He has fallen down the pecking order behind Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane and even Luke Shaw in the centre-back position.
The club captain warrants more game time and will need to work hard to force his way back into Erik ten Hag’s side.
‘I’m 29 and haven’t really been in this position in my career before,’ Maguire said candidly.
‘I don’t want to get used to it but it is part and parcel of football. I’m pushing, training well, and when chance comes, I need to take it.
‘It was two-and-a-half weeks since my last start but I’ve felt I have looked after myself. I’ve been working hard in training. The lads who have been playing have been doing well. I have to be ready when my chance comes.
‘We’re all going to be needed for the second half of the season.’