Manchester United may have lost their opening game but the 23-year-old midfielder says personally he is feeling great after starting the season with a clean bill of healthManchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley says he is feeling 'better than ever' following an injury-free start to the season.
The 23-year-old represented Team GB at the Olympic Games, made his England international debut against Italy and made a long-awaited league start for Manchester United against Everton.
Despite the loss at Goodison Park on Monday being a disappointment, Cleverley expressed his joy on a personal level at regaining his fitness and getting back into Sir Alex Ferguson's starting line-up.
He told United's official website: "Monday was very disappointing but on a personal level it was really nice to start the season again.
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"Winning my first England cap the week before was a big landmark for me and a great way for me to begin things. I feel 100 per cent fit and really sharp and I just can’t wait to get back out at Old Trafford."
Cleverley is know looking forward to making his return to Old Trafford for United against Fulham this weekend.
“After the result on Monday, Saturday’s game is a big one for us and we need to bounce back,” he added.
"We’ve really got to get our season up and running on Saturday and pick up three points."The England midfielder enjoyed representing Team GB at Old Trafford at the Olympic Games but said it doesn't compare to running out for Manchester United.
“It was great to play there for Team GB at the Olympics but it was different to playing for United. For me, there is no better feeling than running out at Old Trafford to play in front of 76,000 fans.
"I’ve been at the club 11 years now and it was always my dream to play here every fortnight. I can’t wait for Saturday and hopefully I can be involved and help us get the win.”