Danny Welbeck is fully intent on continuing to repay the faith Sir Alex Ferguson has shown in him so far this term and become established as a long term fixture in Manchester United’s starting XI, Sky
A clear indication of the belief that Ferguson has in Welbeck’s ability to perform at the highest level, was given against Basle in Tuesday night’s Champions League encounter, when he started the 20-year old in attack ahead of both Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Owen. Subsequently Fergie was vindicated in this decision with Welbeck scoring a quick – fire first half double, which the striker hopes will help him retain his place in the United side for their upcoming games.
“I hope I have done enough to play against Norwich. We have some great strikers at the club and whoever is in there will give it 100 per cent. I just hope I get my chances,” said Welbeck, whose goals against Basle marked his first in the Champions League and took his tally to four for the season.
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