Midfielder Daniel James has vowed to keep fighting for his Manchester United future after helping Wales reach the top tier of the Nations League.
Daniel James has not been a starter this season after making 46 appearances last season following his £15million move from Swansea in June 2019.
The 23-year-old winger was linked with Leeds – the club he almost joined in January 2019 before a deadline-day move collapsed in dramatic fashion – ahead of the transfer window closing last month.
According to Daniel James, his full focus is making an impact at Old Trafford.
“Man United is my club and I love it there.”
“Whether I’m playing or not I’m proud. I’m as proud to play for Wales as I am Man United, to be there at the club. There were times when I played a lot last season and I may not have played as much this season.
“But I’m sticking in there and I will always be around it. I’ll never think different of that.” Daniel James in a recent interview.
James’ third international goal as Wales beat Finland 3-1 on Wednesday to secure promotion to the top tier of the Nations League was a stunning shot from outside the area.
It was his first goal since March when he was on target for United in a Europa League tie against Austrian outfit LASK Linz.
“I feel really good at the moment,” said James, who also set up Kieffer Moore for Wales’ third goal.’
“When I do play I give my all and I bought into everything that we wanted to do, and thankfully I got that goal and the assist.
“We came into the group knowing there were going to be tough games, but we’ve defended really well and caused problems to teams going forward.” He said.