New Signing Schneiderlin hoping to win titles with Manchester United.

Manchester United's new signing Morgan Schneiderlin is hoping to win the Premier League title at his new club.

The 20-time English champions secured the services of the France midfielder from Southampton on Monday, before flying out for the pre-season tour with the squad.

The former Saints star spent seven years at the St. Mary's before his move to Old Trafford, were he signed a four-year deal with an option of a further 12 months.

He told Sky Sports News HQ: "I am ready. I have waited a long time. I could have left before but I feel this is the right moment for me. I feel physically in the best shape as possible.

"I hope I will settle in quickly and that we will win titles. That’s what the most important thing is, that is what the club deserves. if I look back and win titles, it will be the best thing ever. The aim for a club like Manchester United is to win everything.

"I am the happiest man in the world to join the biggest team in the world. Last year I had a good year with Southampton. I felt good, feel like I progressed and now I’m ready for Manchester United. When you look at the badge, the stadium, it’s the biggest club in the world."

Schneiderlin signed on the same day as World Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger and he says he can't wait to play alongside the former Bayern Munich man.

He said: "Schweinsteiger is one of the best midfielders in the world and I am very happy to be playing with him. A team like Manchester United is already massive so when you sign for a team like this the level of expectation is massive.

"I’m going to come, train hard, feel physically ready and learn from the manager. He has brought me because he thinks I have quality, so I’m not going to change too much. I played at international level and everything has happened very quickly, but I am ready for it. I wouldn’t make that step if I wasn’t ready.

"I chatted to the manager before I joined the club. He expressed to me how he likes to work and how he likes to play. He is very demanding of his players but we need this to progress. His style, his trophies speak for himself. I will personally listen to him and see how I get better."

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