England defender Harry Maguire has expressed confident of getting game of being selected by Erik Ten Hag at Manchester United unlike before.
In an interview, the defender noted that Manchester United previously only had one gam e a week but now there are many games thus a chance to get more play time at the club.
“I can deal with criticism. The first four weeks were hard because it was one game a week and the manager didn’t select me but we have lots of games coming up now,” said Maguire.
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The news comes at the back drop of criticism the former Sheffield United player is facing over his defending abilities given the goals he has conceded in crucial fixture both for the club and country.
Maguire who was set to leave for West Ham failed to agree forcing him to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
“West Ham? We just didn’t come to an agreement. Man Utd were happy for me to stay and I was happy to fight for my place,” Maguire told Express