Manchester United defender Brandon Williams has given a strong message to Manchester United about his future as he reviewed his loan spell at Norwich City this season.
Despite being immersed in a relegation battle and fighting for his Premier League life, the 21-year-old appears to have progressed significantly during his time at Carrow Road.
Williams will no doubt have found it to be a very different world from life at Manchester United, but he appears to be very pleased with how his time with the Canaries has benefited his growth.
In an interview with Jamie Redknapp for the Daily Mail, Williams stated that he now feels more like an athlete and a professional, and he intends to bring that with him to Old Trafford.
The England Under-21 international also stated that he does not see the sense in returning to United if he is not going to feature frequently.
“I recently spoke with the gaffer, and he asked, ‘What have you learned?'” I stated that I am more mature. I finally feel like an athlete and a true professional. “I’m going to bring it back up to Manchester in the summer,” he remarked.
“I’m playing games right now, and I’m having a great time.” I can’t wait till the weekend to get to the stadium. It would be pointless for me to return to United and sit on the bench. I want to play and believe that this experience has prepared me for the Premier League.
“We’ll deal with it in the summer, whether it’s at United or somewhere else.” But I have a task to complete here in Norwich.”