Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has revealed that he is fully fit and will be doing his best to score more goals for his team despite speculation that the club may not sign him on a permanent basis, Daily Star reports.
The 28-year-old played a the full 90 minutes against Queens Park Rangers and even though he missed two great opportunities, goals from Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson were enough to see of their opponents.
Falcao, who is currently on-loan from Monaco, was left out of last week’s squad in the 1-0 loss to Southampton as his future at Old Trafford seemed to be in huge doubt.
He has made a total of eight starts and five additional appearances from the bench, scoring only three, a feat far from his Atletico Madrid scoring form which saw him almost net one goal per game.
“I could have had two goals,” he said. “Sadly, the goalkeeper did very well.
“It was 90 very important minutes for me.
“I need to play and I am very happy that I did. Obviously, I really hope to score soon, but the opportunities will come, I am sure of that.
“I am fine. I feel really good. I am playing without any sort of fitness problems.”
Louis van Gaal also revealed that he will continue to rotate his squad based on performance, not reputation, meaning everyone’s position is still open for competition.