Manchester United attacker Anthony Martial believes that there is more to come from him this season.
The 21-year-old is off to a good start this campaign registering 6 goals and 4 assists in 15 appearances for United. The young Frenchman also earned a call-up to the French national team this week in light of his performances.
Although he is happy with his season thus far, Martial believes that he can offer more in the goalscoring and playmaking department.
“At the moment, I’m happy, even if I could have done more, scored more goals and made more decisive passes,” he told MUTV.
“I think the difference is that last year I didn’t have a good season but, for now, things are going pretty well.
“I’m achieving my objectives and I hope to score a lot more by the end of the season,” continued Martial.
“I must continue to keep up good performances for my club and if I’ve got the chance to start over there (for France) I will do the best I can.”
The former Monaco attacker has became somewhat of a super-sub in the Premier League for United this season, often coming on late in games to replace Marcus Rashford as the left-sided attacker.
In his last league appearance for Jose Mourinho’s men, Martial came on in the 80th minute against Tottenham and scored the lone goal of the game as United went on to win 1-0.