Manchester United’s most recent addition Anders Lindegaard insists the Red Devils “weren’t good enough” as they narrowly edged past minnows Crawley Town in the F.A Cup fifth-round tie.
Crawley Town came close to spoiling Lindegaard’s day as the Dane made his home debut under the Old Trafford floodlights, but despite a less than comfortable victory, the 26-year-old is keen to stake his claim for a first team role.
“This gives you a taste for more. I am here because I want to play,” said Lindegaard.
“You want to play every match. I am no different from anyone else. I want to play. That is how I am. That is how it should be. That is how all the other players at Manchester United are.
“It was my first match at Old Trafford and I enjoyed every single second even though it wasn’t a piece of art performance from us.”
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