Shinji Kagawa not happy with start at Manchester United

Shinji Kagawa
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Japan international Shinji Kagawa believes that he is yet to hit top form for Manchester United but thinks that he will improve if given time.

Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa has admitted that he is yet to play his best football at Old Trafford.

The Japanese international signed for United this summer from German champions Borussia Dortmund, where he sparkled in an advanced central position.

Kagawa thinks that if given time and patience he will come good and start to repay the faith of Sir Alex Ferguson.

He told Kyodo News: "To be honest, I don't believe I have yet cemented my place. I still feel I need more time to adapt.

"There is not one game that I can be satisfied with the way I played over the 90 minutes.

"I need to communicate better so I can get my timing right when asking for the ball and things like that. You gain trust when you deliver results."

The 23-year-old has scored two Premier League goals so far this season in six domestic appearances.

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