Anderson happy at United

  • 27 October 2009
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Anderson insists he feels at 'home' at Manchester United and remains determined to increase his goals tally for the club.

The Brazilian midfielder is in his third season at Old Trafford, but has endured a mixed opening to the new campaign.

"I feel happy here," said Anderson. "Everybody has times that are not the best, but I am at home here. I have been at Manchester United for three years. Everyone at the club is nice to me. It is like a family."

"Hopefully I will have more chances in the future and I can score lots more for Manchester United."

Anderson also admits he remains 'great friends' with departed duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez, but is confident United are coping without the attacking stars.

"Ronaldo is still a big friend of mine. Wherever he and Tevez are, nothing will change. We are great friends," said Anderson. "They were both very important players for this club. However, this often happens in football and the club has to move on. We still have great players here like Ryan Giggs, Wayne Rooney and Nani. Now we also have Antonio Valencia.

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