Striker Dimitar Berbatov is determined to become a success at Manchester United, having been linked with a summer exit from Old Trafford after two inconsistent seasons.
The 29-year-old has scored 26 goals in 82 appearances for the Red Devils, but has yet to fully live up to the £30million price-tag which United paid Tottenham Hotspur for his services.
He previously netted 46 times in 102 outings for Spurs to earn his chance to shine with the reigning Premier League champions.
Berbatov told The Sun:"People have not seen the real Berbatov this season and I would have liked to have done more for the club.
"My dream is still to triumph with United and win another league title.
"At Spurs I have scored more goals with less problems and at United it has been more difficult, but I do not worry about the critics.
"In football it is harder to be a forward because people analyse errors more than success. My morale is high and I am always trying to overcome the situation."