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Manchester United's Ander Herrera has dismissed reports suggesting he is unhappy at Old Trafford.
It was claimed on Tuesday that the midfielder was looking to hold talks with manager Louis van Gaal over his lack of first-team football this term.
The reports went on to suggest that the Spanish international would seek a move away from Old Trafford during the January transfer window in a bid to boost his prospects of playing in Euro 2016, but he has taken to Twitter to play down the reports.
Posting a picture of an article which appeared in the club’s match-day programme for the game against PSV Eindhoven, Herrera wrote: "Interview given last week. Very happy at Manchester United."
Herrera has made 45 appearances since his move from Athletic Bilbao in the summer of 2014 and is contract to the club until 2018.
In the interview with United Review, he stated his determination to fight his way into Van Gaal’s plans.
"The club has the possibility to sign new players and it's a very powerful club so all players want to play here. I have to fight for my position and gain my position and I will do it," he said.