The Manchester United winger Ashley Young has said that he desperately wants to remain fit in the remaining part of the ongoing season.
Young has been hit by a few injuries in this season and he has managed to feature for Red Devils in only 20 matches.
Young is currently on the national duty. He is in the England squad for the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro.
Talking to the reporters about his fitness, Young said, “It’s really frustrating to keep struggling with injuries throughout the season. I see my team mates taking part in the training session every day and I also want to do the same.”
“I don’t want any more injuries in the remaining part of the season. I want to be fit and to play as many games as possible.”
“I really don’t like watching games from the sidelines. It frustrates me. But, unfortunately, I had to do that quite a few times in this season.”
When asked about his team’s performance in the season, Young said, “We have a big lead over Manchester City at the moment and the kind of experienced players we have got in our squad, I don’t think we are going to lose the advantage.”
“If we win the League title, it will really be a special occasion for me. I have never been a part of a Premier League winning team. This will be the first time and I am very excited about it.”
Young had joined Manchester United at the start of the 2011-12 season. United had signed him after paying a transfer fee close to 15 million Pounds to his previous club Aston Villa. Young has so far featured for United in 42 games and has netted 6 times.