Law: Falcao will succeed at United.


Falcao will impress in the final few months of the campaign.

Manchester United icon Denis Law says Radamel Falcao will come good for the Red Devils. The 29-year-old joined the Reds on transfer deadline day in August, when he completed a season-long loan deal from French side Monaco and has scored a total of four goals in 18 appearances for Louis van Gaal's team.

However, the Man United legend who is second on the list of the club's all-time top goalscorers with 237 goals, is a fan of the Colombian striker and backs the Reds loanee to find his best form really soon.

"When you look at our squad, it looks really good," Law told United Review.

"The guys who have come in have shown what they can do, and we’ll soon see them regularly at their best. Angel Di Maria is obviously a special talent, and while Radamel Falcao maybe hasn’t scored as many goals as he would have liked so far, there’s no questioning his pedigree and his ability.

"He has been absolutely excellent throughout his career and everyone was looking forward to seeing him play when his arrival was announced. He’s a goalscorer, a good player who gets involved, and again he’s needed time to settle in, especially coming back from such a bad injury. But once he starts scoring regularly then you’ll see an even better player.

"As a goalscorer, you go through spells where everything is going in and other times when nothing will go right for you at all. You miss the target, hit the woodwork or the goalie makes a fabulous save, and it feels like a lot of things are conspiring against you.

"All you can do is keep trying, keep doing what you do best and nobody can ask any more than that. There’s no question about Falcao’s commitment at all; he’s proven that beyond any doubt."


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