Jesse Lingard has now changed his decision about leaving Manchester United in January, MySportDab reports.
Lingard is now ready to fight for his place at Manchester United under interim coach Ralf Rangnick.
The 29-year-old has rarely been used this season in the first team at Old Trafford.
He has played eight Premier League matches for Manchester United, and all as substitutes.
This sparked rumours that a move away in January is likely for the midfielder.
However, According to The Athletic, Lingard is ready to stay at his Manchester United until his contract expires in the summer.
In November, Lingard had decided to quit United and join another club for regular football
He rejected a Manchester United contract extension offer in October amid interest from Barcelona and AC Milan.
Lingard wants to be included in England’s squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar next year.
He knows that he needs regular football November to convince Coach Gareth Southgate.
But, the arrival of Ralf Rangnick has now sparked a shift in mentality at Manchester United.
Lingard impressed at West Ham last season on loan and there was an expectation he would play a more crucial role for Manchester United this season.
Lingard is free to sign a pre-contract agreement with clubs out England from January 1.
But, the midfielder is prepared to stay and make a decision on his future in the summer at the end of his contract.