Sir Alex Ferguson is more than pleased with Shinji Kagawa in his first season for Manchester United.
Shinji Kagawa has made 23 appearances this season for Manchester United, scoring 5 goals in the process and the United boss thinks that he is coming good at the right time.
Kagawa joined join Man United from Borussia Dortmund back in the summer and has enjoyed his time with United thus far.
Despite suffering a knee injury which kept him out of action for two-months, the united boss is happy with the Japanese footballer.
Sir Alex Ferguson told Sky Sports News:
“He’s doing very well for us now. He has fantastic composure on the ball and his decision-making is good.
“He seems to always pick the more sensible pass and for the first goal at West Ham he had the composure to take the player on in a tight area and roll the ball to Antonio Valencia for a tap-in.”
We expect Shinji Kagawa to have a fantastic season next term with Manchester United.