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The Italian player has started last six matches for his side as a left back for his team under Jose Mourinho.
The 27 year old Italian international has concreted his spot in the Manchester United team as a left back.
The Italian started last six games for Manchester United in their last eight matches and he played in their last match where they drew with Everton by 1-1.
In the Europa league Manchester’s match against Zorya and in their earlier match against Tottenham he sidelined by, the manager Mourinho.
— Matteo Darmian (@DarmianOfficial) November 6, 2016
The Italian Defender who can play as a left back and right back he is adamant to hold on his spot in the starting lineup.
"The most important thing is that I am able to help the team and do my best for everyone, so I don’t mind where I play,
"When I was younger I did work hard on my left foot to make it stronger and, even now, I think it is important to do that during the week because it is my weaker side and I know that I have to keep improving it.
"You cannot help but learn from training with players of such quality.
"It’s important to face different challenges, and there are so many different players here with different styles of play that every day gives you new problems."
Darmain started his carrier with the Italian Giants AC Milan and then he moved to the Palermo and then he joined Torino and from there under Luis Van Gaal he joined the Manchester United side.
"I would look to Maldini and study him, because I think he is one of the best defenders in the world," he added.
"I was also fortunate enough to be around the first team at the same time as Cafu, who is another great full-back, so there were many great players I could learn from.
"At Milan I was able to test myself in training against players like Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, two of the very best in the world, and it was such a good education.
"Being a defender in Serie A is a little bit different to playing in the Premier League because it is a more tactical and less physical championship.
"The football played here in England, I think, makes the Premier League the best championship in the world and for me it is an honour to play here for Manchester United."