Juan Mata vows to score more goals for Man United

Juan Mata promises to improve his goal-scoring record for Manchester United

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Juan Mata has promised to improve his Manchester United goal-scoring record.

The Spain international has already hit impressive figures this season, scoring four goals and making one assist in 10 Premier League appearances.

In fact, the 26-year-old has had no trouble finding the back of the net since joining United from Chelsea in the January transfer window.

The £37.1m signing, who is yet to win the Premier League since moving to England in 2011, boasts a respectable tally of 10 strikes in 27 top-flight appearances.

But the United playmaker isn’t satisfied with his current goal ratio, promising to be even more prolific for the 20-time English champions.

“I have always tried to score as many goals as I can,” Mata told United’s website.

“Even though I’m not a proper striker, I have always had a good record at the end of the season with every team I have played for and right now I will try to keep scoring more.”

United face Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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