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Man United Captain Wayne Rooney: It’s Likely I’ll be Here for the Rest of my Career

Rooney has been at Old Trafford for ten years.

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney believes his best years are still ahead of him, BBC Sport reports.

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In an interview marking the ten years he has been at Old Trafford, the England international said that he ‘reads the game better than ever’ and that he is ‘a lot more mature’.

“I now know exactly what I want to do on the pitch,” Rooney said.

The interview took place before he was sent off in Saturday’s Premier League match with West Ham United, the first time Rooney has been given a red card for the Red Devils since 2009.

The striker had earlier scored a wonderful goal to put his side 2-1 up but was given a straight red card for a high foul on Stuart Downing.

Rooney added: “I still believe I can get better as a footballer. In the next three to five years you will see me as a different player. The next two or three I feel could be the best of my career.

“I’m at a stage, especially after playing at this club for 10 years, where I’ve picked up a lot about the game – I’ve learnt.”

Despite coming close to leaving the Theatre of Dreams twice in his career, the 28 year old added: “It’s more than likely I’ll be here for the rest of my career.”

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