Anderson: 'I take two steps forward, three steps back for Manchester United'

Oliveira Anderson scores his team's first goal on December 1, 2012
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Manchester United midfielder Anderson admits that he is frustrated with his lack of progress at the club.

Manchester United midfielder Anderson has admitted that he is frustrated with his lack of progress at the club.

The Brazilian is not a regular in Sir Alex Ferguson's side and he feels that a good run is often ended with a disappointing setback at Old Trafford.

"When I take two steps forward I seem to take three back," Anderson is quoted as saying in The Telegraph.

"It is sad but I have to do my job. I need to play and not to have any injuries.

"I have had some problems. But when I don't have these problems I know my quality. I know I can play."

Anderson was signed from FC Porto in 2007.

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