Antony joined Manchester United from Ajax last summer for a large fee understood to be around £70m.
The Brazilian enjoyed a fantastic start to life in the Premier League, scoring in his first three league matches, two of which came against Arsenal and Manchester City.
Since then, though, Antony has scored just one and assisted two in 20 PL games.
This has caused speculation over his long-term future at United. However, recent comments from the winger suggest he is not leaving Old Trafford anytime soon:
“I feel like I’ve settled in and grown accustomed to the city of Manchester,” he said, in the interview. “There are quite a few Brazilians here. Me and Casemiro are always hanging out, we’re always doing something. “I’ve settled into the city and I’m loving life here. I hope I can spend a long time here.
“Definitely [knowing Casemiro, Fred and Martinez helped], and not just those guys, but Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot [have helped] as well,” he added. “They’ve helped me a lot, as has our keeper, David [De Gea]. Having this support, being able to get advice from them, have them show me around and introduce me to things means a great deal. “I’m really happy to have been welcomed in like this by all the players here.”