After Jonny Evans was disappointed to see Manchester United turn down an offer from Sunderland for a permanent move, his United career has gone from strength to strength.
He’s yet to put a foot out of place and has played in high profile games against the likes of Chelsea and Inter Milan.
Evans’ international career is going well for him too, making life all-round pretty sweet for him at the moment!
“People have been saying this for years about the manager, but as long as he’s feeling good, he will want to continue,” Evans said.
Evans scored a goal whilst on duty for Northern Ireland at the weekend and has reflected on how much it would mean for him to travel to the World Cup next year.
“I have enjoyed having a few days off, but once you have had two or three days off you are just dying to get back into it again,” he added. “England failed to qualify for a major tournament last year, but they’re doing really well in their group this year. It would mean a lot to some of the younger players in their team and it would be an unbelievable achievement for a team like Northern Ireland.”
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