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Man Utd winger Daniel James vows to fight for place after hitting top form with Wales

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The winger produced a top display for Wales in Wednesday’s 3-1 win over Finland, recording a superb goal and an assist.

Daniel James scored a superb goal against Finland in Wales' 3-1 Nations League win on Wednesday
Daniel James scored a superb goal against Finland in Wales’ 3-1 Nations League win on Wednesday
James has featured in just three Premier League games for Manchester United this season
James has featured in just three Premier League games for Manchester United this season

But despite falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford and being linked to a move to Leeds, James will not give up on his United dream.

The 23-year-old said: “Man United is my club and I love it there — whether I’m playing or not.

“There were times I played a lot last season and I may not have played as much this time.

“But I’m sticking in there and I’ll always be in and around it. I’ll never think differently to that.”

James, who cost an initial £15million from Swansea in June 2019, returns to United for Saturday’s clash with West Brom buzzing after his 25-yard sizzler in Cardiff.

His screaming, air-punching celebration signalled huge relief.

He added: “You could see I was very happy to see it hit the back of the net. It helped I had less time and I instinctively hit the shot.

“I feel really good at the moment. When I do play, I give my all.

“And I’m as proud to play for Wales as I am for Man United.”

James, who also set up Kieffer Moore’s header to seal Wales’ promotion to Europe’s elite, added: “The future is bright for Wales, definitely.

“We all look confident here. It’s a great bunch of lads.

“We all bond so well and you see that on the pitch.” Man Utd set to offload four outcasts in January transfer window including Jones and Fosu-Mensah to lower wage bill

TheSun

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