Rooney believes he will do much better next season
Manchester United and England Golden boy, Wayne Rooney believes he is yet to reach his potential and can be a better player in the coming years. Rooney scored 34 goals in all competitions and won the player of the season award. He will be carrying England hope to win the World Cup for the 2nd time since 1966.
“I am only 24. Hopefully I can progress and the best years are still ahead of me,” he said in an interview. “I am always learning every day, and take things in from all my team-mates, both at United and with England. As a player you are never the finished article. I want to keep learning and getting better.”
Rooney also expressed his desire to be a manager once he retires from football.
“I would like to [step into management],” Rooney said. “I started doing my coaching badges this year, and probably did not do as many classes as I would have liked.
“Hopefully I can continue them next year.
“I love football and enjoy football – I can’t see myself running a restaurant, I want to be in football.”
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