The 18-year-old impressed during his competitive debut as the Premier League champions beat Crystal Palace 2-0, and has now set his sights on establishing himself at Old TraffordAdnan Januzaj is hoping he can become a regular part of Manchester United's first-team squad under manager David Moyes.
The 18-year-old featured regularly during pre-season matches and impressed when coming off the bench to make his competitive debut in the recent 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
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"I'm really enjoying myself," he told United Review. "I played quite a few games in the reserves last season and I thought I did well, and from there I had the chance to go on tour in the summer. It was a good opportunity for me to show what I could do for the team.
"That was a great experience for me and ever since then I’ve been working hard. Now the manager has given me my chance in the first team at Wembley and against Crystal Palace.
"That was my first Premier League game for United and my first at Old Trafford, so it felt very special. I was in front of another big crowd and I was shocked to get about 25 minutes. When I got the call to say I was coming on, I was surprised. But I went on and tried to play my game.
"First, I’d like to stay in the squad. I want to play as many games as I can and become the best player I can possibly be. But I know that I need to keep working hard every day to achieve that."