Manchester United forward, Alexis Sanchez, has admitted that he has struggled to adapt to Jose Mourinho’s style, since he joined the club in January this year.
Sanchez moved to Old Trafford, in a swap deal that saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan sign for Arsenal.
The deal made the Chilean the Premier League’s highest-paid player on around £400,000-a-week.
But the 29-year-old has failed to produce his best form and was ineffective last weekend, as United lost the FA Cup final to finish the campaign trophyless.
“I think that in every game I’ve played in I’ve maybe found it hard to adapt to the style of play and I’ve been getting to know my team-mates.
“I believe we need to improve in all aspects.
“We need to be focused and concentrated in the big games and the same in the so-called lesser games too. That’s what the great sides do and I think United are a great side, so that’s what we need to do.
“Manchester United is a massive club that always aspires to win big trophies and that is what I’m trying to make happen. I want to try and keep improving so we can see the club winning trophies.
“I believe that United really is a very big club on a worldwide scale and even more so in England where it’s the biggest.
“They always want to win and to be fighting on all fronts and that’s the reason I wanted to come here.
“I also had some great players alongside me at Barcelona, some highly experienced guys who had great quality. I think that United are not too dissimilar as a club to them in their size and stature.
“However, we still have areas where we can improve, and we can do this day-to-day and a game-to-game basis,” Sanchez said.