Manchester United star Morgan Schneiderlin has admitted that he has not been happy the past season ahead of France’s EURO 2016 squad announcement.
Schneiderlin was signed from Southampton in a deal worth £24million during the summer, with the Frenchman heavily coveted by Tottenham Hotspur and considered to be one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League.
However, the 26-year-old struggled to replicate the form he showed at the St. Mary’s Stadium at Old Trafford, and has been used sparingly by manager Louis van Gaal.
Against West Ham United on Tuesday, Schneiderlin only lasted 45 minutes on the pitch, being hooked off at half-time after another under par performance.
Speaking to French magazine L’Equipe, he revealed he has not been satisfied with his performances this season, which could greatly dent his chances of being named in the France squad.
“When I signed for Manchester, I wanted to play every single match, to perform well all the time,” Schneiderlin said.
“I am therefore not totally satisfied. I am not happy, I am in between.
“I have had good games and less good games, like the entire squad.
“But certainly at Manchester United everything is different. A good game for Southampton can be seen as a bad game for Manchester United.”
Schneiderlin has made 39 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring one goal.