Red Devils manager has dropped their skipper for recent matches, but the special one is sentient that his side has been performing well without the English striker.

Wayen Rooney Manchester United captain has no complaints over losing his spot in the team, and he is ardent to take his chance when he gets in,

Although the special one includes him in the starting line in EFL, but he dropped him in the match against Watford last month where they beat the Red Devils by 3-1.

The England striker understands why he has been dropped by his manger, after his parade at Vicarage Road.

"Listen, I had a bad game at Watford. I played bad, I know that and I understand that," Rooney said, via The Independent.

"I think if he was picking the next team on the back of that, I understand not playing. The team have done well, certainly in the Leicester game since that.

"I understand I have to work hard and try and get back and try and get my chance and take it."

While Mourinho benched the 30 year old on sunday evening, where they manage to win over Leicester City and Zorya, and they manage to draw their match against Stock City.

"The team came back different, but I'll take a lot of that," Rooney said.

"Of course, I've done that throughout my career, but we have to work as a team in terms of trying to win and, if I'm on the bench, so be it.

"I'll fight. I won't not fight for my place, I'll fight to try and get back in."