Manchester United left-back Brandon Williams has revealed that he doesn’t miss sharing a dressing room with Cristiano Ronaldo as he is currently concentrating on his season at Norwich.
Williams joined Norwich on a season-long loan and has been one important player for new manager Dean Smith where he has started all but one of the matches (which was against United).
Since leaving, United signed some of the most exciting players in the game and one could easily think that Williams missed a chance of sharing the locker room with the best but according to the player, it is not something that occupies his mind.
“I get asked this question a lot, about missing out on being there this season. But this is my career, I know what I have to do and what is the right thing for me.
“I am not looking at what is going on at United this season. I am not interested in being there this season because I have a job to do with Norwich. That is my job. I will go back in the summer and of course, if I was a teammate of his it would be fantastic,” Williams told YouTube broadcaster Jamal Niaz.
The player however admitted that he watches all United games on Tv despite his urge to help Norwich beat the drop.
“I love the game. I am a fan. I still watch all the United games and I want them to win, apart from when we played against them, but other than that. For me personally, it is going very well. This season for me we have been unlucky a lot of times.
“It was difficult moving away from family and friends but I am comfortable now, and we have another big part of the season ahead. I just want to make my family proud and accomplish everything I have set out for myself in my career,” he said.
Norwich are still bottom of the league with ten points but are just three points from safety.