Adnan Januzaj has revealed that he has nothing but goals on his mind as he joins Spanish La Liga side, Real Sociedad.
Once one of the highest-rated teenagers in world football, Januzaj failed to make good on his potential.
He failed to perform well in loan spells at Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland, and was eventually deemed surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.
Following his move, he revealed that he has been training with Olympic long distance champion, Mo Farah.
“He’s a friend. He has helped me very much with the physical and the mental training,” he said.
“I chose Real Sociedad because I want to be able to enjoy my football. I think I will be able to do that here. They believed in me from the beginning.
“I have already viewed the Spanish League and enjoy the kind of football that Real Sociedad play.
“I wanted to play more. I prefer to play behind the attackers, but will play in several positions where the coach says I have to.
‘For the time being, I am still not a hundred percent physically because it’s only the first day.”
Januzaj said that he has not spoken to David Moyes, the former Sociedad coach who gave his debut at United in 2013 and who took him on loan to Sunderland.
“I haven’t really spoken with Moyes about coming here, but I’ve always heard good things about this club and the Spanish top division,” he said.
“Real Sociedad have big names in their team. My goal here is scoring goals, and if that fails then assists. But first of all, I am here because I like football.”
Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay believes Januzaj can rebuild his career at the club. He said: “Adnan had plenty of options, but we are very happy that he chose us. He offers quality and a lot of creativity. We hope to offer him the continuity that he missed over the past few years.”