Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira says he is hungry for more playing time after he was handed a starting role on Wednesday night.
The Brazilian started in United's 1-2 defeat to Valencia in the Champions League final match of group stages where his side missed the chance of clinching the top spot. Pereira pleaded for more opportunities at the Red Devils as he is convinced he would "get better and better" with regular playing time.
Speaking to MUTV, Pereira said, "I'm hungry for more. I'm trying to do my best, to keep being involved in and out, each and every week. It was good for me to be involved, to get some minutes. It was difficult at the start because of the match rhythm, but I did my best. It was, unluckily, not our night.
"[I was] a little bit rusty but, after a few minutes, it went better and better. But I think each game would get better and better."
The 22-year-old's contract with the club is set to expire at the end of the season and reports have suggested that he could be allowed to leave for free.