Kagawa not happy with his Man Utd contribution

Shinji Kagawa is one of the few players in the world to have won back-to-back titles three years in a row – however the Japan international is less than impressed with his latest success at Manchester United. ESPN are reporting that Kagawa believes he could have made more of an impact in his first year at Old Trafford.

The 24-year-old won two league titles in two years in Germany with Borussia Dortmund and has now added a Premier League winners’ medal to his bulging cabinet. However, after netting 29 times in his two years in Germany, Kagawa was unimpressed with his return of six strikes this season, stating that he was “half satisfied and half unsatisfied” with his season’s work.

The midfielder has added that he wants to improve next season and become a better player year on year. “I think it is very important to keep working in your everyday training and in matches,” Kagawa said. “You just have to keep practising. But you must also have a strong will. That is the key to playing in a foreign country, especially for me in Europe.

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