Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes believes he can do even better for the club despite scoring against Everton over the weekend, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese player has been impressive for the Old Trafford club since joining from Sporting Lisbon in the January transfer window.
MySportDab can confirm that his long-range goal against Everton was his third goal since the transfer, and he also has two assists so far in just four Premier League matches.
But Fernandes was not satisfied with his performance after the game, as United failed to move closer to Chelsea and played a 1-1 draw which still leaves them outside of the top four spots.
Speaking now, Bruno wants his teammates to focus their minds on the FA Cup match with Derby this week.
‘In the second half, we created many chances and the last minutes of the game, we had some moments to score and the last one with Ighalo if he scored there, we would be talking about a different thing,’ Fernandes said.
‘Also I had shots outside the bpx and I should have done much better, but obviously anything can happen, and now we need to focus on the match against Derby.’
About his goal, Fernandes added: ‘It was a shot. I am happy the ball went in, it doesn’t matter how it scored, the important thing is that it scored.
‘You are can’t be happy when you don’t win a match but obviously the match was clearly difficult and I think one point is not bad, but three points would be better.’
Manchester United play Derby County next on Thursday this week before playing against Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday.