England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney believes that he’s still got a lot to give to the team in the upcoming years.
The 30 year old isn’t the fast paced player he once was but he sees himself able to adapt and deliver.
There has always been talk about him playing in midfield, something that Sir Alex Ferguson predicted a long time ago.
Even under Louis van Gaal, Rooney found himself playing in midfield as well.
Wazza is nearing a return after his recent injury and everyone is hoping he can go back to the form he was in before he got injured.
- “I’ve still got a few years left I feel.
- I’ll keep trying to help the team be successful and if I can score the goals to help achieve that then that’ll be great.
- I was playing really well before that injury so it could’ve been different but that’s in the past & you have to look forward.
- I think I’m a different player now to what I was then so I don’t compare myself. I’m always just thinking about what comes next.
- Throughout your career your game changes and develops. You play with different players and you have to adapt your game to that.
- So as long as you’re willing to adapt & you’re taking in what’s being asked of you, then you’ll have no problems.”