The Manchester United academy star was used sparingly last season but says that he is confident that he can turn things around this time around
The youngster rose to prominence at Old Trafford during the forgettable rein of David Moyes under whose tutelage he went on to become one of the most important players of the starting XI. His performances earned him a spot in the 2014 World Cup for Belgium.
However, things changed following the arrival of Louis van Gaal last season and the youngster really struggled to nail down a regular place in the team.
Now, the youngster is keen on doing well for the team and is not worried about his chances.
He said: “We decided to do it because this season we have to do better than last season.
“Last season, I didn’t have many games but this year I have to be fit and get as many games as I can.