Luke Shaw, a defender for Manchester United, has reacted to his absence from Erik ten Hag’s team.
Shaw, who has stated his intention to reclaim his spot in the Red Devils’ XI, has been demoted in favour of summer signing Tyrell Malacia by Ten Hag.
Shaw was a dependable left-back for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford, but his performance declined last season as a result of his impressive performances for England at Euro 2020.
Shaw lost his place in Ten Hag’s team after struggling in the defeats against Brighton and Brentford.
Shaw, has, however, remained part of Gareth Southgate’s England plans despite his lack of action at Old Trafford and reminded his club manager of his attributes last night, scoring in the 3-3 draw against Germany at Wembley.
“I think it shows the trust Gareth has in me,” he said of keeping his England place despite not playing regularly for his club.
“I look at it from a club perspective, I know the first two games weren’t good enough and fully understand the manager has to make decisions.
“Now the team has been winning and we’ve got to bide our time, the only thing I can do is keep supporting the team, keep training hard and just wait for my time because I think if I put my head down and not care it would be a bigger hill to climb when I want to play.”