Manchester United loanee Luis Nani has admitted that he remains unsure whether he has any future at Old Trafford, as reported by the Daily Star.
The Portuguese international winger moved to Sporting Lisbon on a season long loan, having found himself out of first team consideration under new Man Utd boss Louis van Gaal.
Unsure as to whether he will be involved in the future at the Old Trafford club, and, in fact, whether he will even return, Nani is instead focussed upon getting himself back up to his former standards and enjoying his football.
“At the moment I just want to enjoy the football, I want to play, I want to be at my best and then let’s see what happens in the future.
“But at the moment I am a Manchester United player, so I’m just here to get back to my best.”
He joined Man Utd in 2007 for around £20 million in 2007, and was initially effective after his big money move, with suggestions that he could reach the same heights as his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo.
Despite signing a new five year deal with the club last season, David Moyes elected to use Nani only 11 times in the Premier League.