Bayern Munich star Marcel Sabitzer has, on Thursday, provided a fresh insight into his future.
Midfielder Sabitzer, of course, sealed a move away from the Allianz Arena during the January transfer window.
On the back of an underwhelming opening half of the campaign in Bavaria, the 29-year-old was granted a loan departure, ultimately making his way to England to link up with Manchester United for the remainder of the term.
And Sabitzer, across limited minutes thus far, has largely impressed.
In fact, after following up a wonderful maiden goal in United colours with a brace on the international stage late last month, many of a Red Devils persuasion went as far as to call on the powers that be at the club to make the Austrian’s arrival a permanent one.
And, as alluded to above, late on Thursday, such fans have been provided with an update on Sabitzer’s future, by way of none other than the former RB Leipzig star himself.
Speaking to German outlet BILD, Sabitzer was drawn on his spell in Manchester to date.
And after revealing that things are going ‘very well’, the midfield technician hinted that he is open to the prospect of remaining a United player beyond the summer, explaining:
“Things are going very well at Man United, Ten Hag trusts me. Until the summer, I want to give everything here. In the summer, the whole situation will be evaluated — I’m not alone to decide.”