Manchester United winger Memphis Depay vows to hit his best form following a stuttering start at Old Trafford.
The Dutchman, who sealed a move from PSV Eindhoven in the summer, has found it tough to produce good displays consistently for Louis van Gaal's side, scoring one goal in eight Premier League matches.
However, the 21-year-old says he is eager to bounce back to form.
“Of course it’s difficult when you’re on the bench but it’s going better right now and it’s also going better on the training pitch,” Depay told NOS, the Daily Mirror reported.
“So if I get my chance to play, I will take it.
“I think lots of things changed. I’m in a new club right now, it’s a different level [to the Eredivisie].
"Such things are playing a big role and you’re trying to find your way and it was a bit easy at the start but then I fell back and you could see it in the way I played.
“But you can assume that I’m busy with working on that and getting back to the top.
“I feel fit and I’m trying to show on the training ground that I’m doing my best to perform well. People are used to see me score and that shall also come, it just takes a bit longer now but you’ll have to find that form again.”
Depay hasn't featured in the league since October 4, the day they lost 3-0 to Arsenal.