Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira, currently on loan at Granada, has revealed he is ‘always ready’ to return to his parent club.
The Brazilian midfielder has played in 13 of the Andalucian side’s 14 matches this campaign and he netted his first goal for the club in Saturday’s victory over Sevilla and he feels the club is now turning a corner.
"We (Jose Mourinho) are always in contact and we talk after my games," Pereira told Goal.
"If Manchester United needs me, I am always ready.
"The experience here in Spain has been very good, even though the club has struggled a bit. But I think we have been improving game by game and the last two games it showed that we are on the right track.
"I came here to play games, get a good experience playing in a top league and then to go back (to United) and to fight for a spot in the squad."
The 20-year-old also believes that Manchester United can still have a successful season despite another setback at Everton on Sunday.
"They are playing each game better and I believe that they will be competing for silverware at the end of the season,” he said.
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