Speaking to MUTV about his future at the club, David De Gea said: “Yes, I’ve been here for good moments and bad moments.
“You have to put your face out there in the good and bad moments. I’ve been here a long time, I am one of the most experienced players here.
“In bad moments, I feel I have to be here to show we are here, we are together, we are a team and to try to help the young lads and the people here, to make us stronger.”
David De Gea has reclaimed the no.1 spot at Old Trafford this season after a frustrating 2020-21 campaign, using Dean Henderson’s injury and fitness issues to his advantage.
New interim manager Ralf Rangnick is set to continue to put his faith in the Spaniard who has recently played his 462nd game for the Red Devils across all competitions.