Daniel James says he brings 'a lot more than goals' to Manchester United.
Manchester United winger Daniel James was happy he got back to scoring ways in his side's 5-0 win against LASK at Linzer Stadion on Thursday evening.
The former Swansea man ended his goalscoring drought by scoring the second goal against Austrian club LASK after Odion Ighalo broke the deadlock with a wonderful strike in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 clash in Linz.
Speaking to MUTV after the 5-0 victory, the Wales international admitted he hasn't scored as many as he would like but insisted that he brings more to the table when he doesn't find the net.
He said: "It is nice to score. Maybe I haven't scored as many goals as I wanted to recently. I got off to a good start but recently it has not been at the standards that I have wanted to be.
“Thanks to all of the coaches, the manager for trusting in me, working with me every day.
"I had that chance in the first half and I was a bit gutted about it, but it was just about going out there and if I got the chance, they said to drive and have shots. That's what I did and thankfully it went in.
“You can score in every game, you can improve and look back on what you can do more.
“As a player, I give a lot more than goals, I try to create them and work hard for the team, but [against LASK] was about getting off the mark and now I can capitalise to get more now.”