Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has come out to reveal that he is happy at the club and is willing to wait for his opportunity, Express reports.
The 28-year-old joined on a free transfer during the summer after being released by Italian outfits Sampdoria.
He was named as the number one keeper by manager Louis van Gaal at the start of the campaign, starting the first six matches for United amid links that David De Gea was set for a move to Real Madrid.
However, with the proposed transfer breaking down in the final hours of the summer window, the Dutch manager eventually reinstated De Gea as number one, causing Romero to become his back up.
Despite his limited role, the Argentina international is happy to remain at Old Trafford as he waits for another chance to prove his worth.
“I don’t think too much in the future I prefer to live what is going on every day. In football you never know what could happen. Today you play, tomorrow you don’t,” he said.
“What I know is that you always have to be ready for when the chance comes. Nobody is the owner of any position in football.
“I am happy at Manchester United. I am at one of the most important English teams and one of the most important teams in the world.”
He still has three years remaining on his current contract with the Red Devils and based on his latest comments, he is not looking for an exit.