Manchester United’s Fabio Da Silva is unsure on his future, the Brazilian defender is currently on loan with Queens Park Rangers and wants to avoid coming back to United if it only means reserve football.
Fabio has insisted that he is only getting better the more first-team football he plays, a statement which in recent games he has been proving after receiving the man of the match away against Tottenham Hotspur.
Fabio has just over a year left on his Manchester United contract but insists his mind is only on this season with Queens Park Rangers.
Speaking with the Fulham Chronicle, he said:
“My mind is only on this season right now, and I have to get the team out of relegation problems.
“But yes. I definitely want to play games, and I did not play a lot of games at United – that’s why I left.
“The more games you play the more mature you get. When you play every week, you get more confidence and play much better.”
Fabio has labelled Julio Cesar as one of the top three keepers in the world:
“Julio is fantastic, he is a keeper who came from a big club (Inter Milan) and I’m proud he comes from Brazil like me. He has to be on the top three list of keepers in the world.”