Perfect partners don't exist. Perfect conditions exist for a limited time in which partnerships express themselves best.
Part of my preparation is I go and ask the kit man what colour we're wearing - if it's red top, white shorts, white socks or black socks. Then I lie in bed the night before the game and visualise myself scoring goals or doing well.
Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not.
When famous people come up to you it's a bit weird, but it's an honour, really, when they recognise you and want to chat to you for a bit.
I just hate losing and that gives you an extra determination to work harder.
You just want to keep playing consistently now and keep working hard and I'm sure the goals will come.
I don't normally cook, but if I did it probably would be beans, sausage, bacon and eggs. I never really get to eat that to be honest.
I play the game as honestly as I can. If the referee gives a penalty there is nothing you can do.
Growing up, watching the Premier League as far back as I can remember, feeling the trophy and having the medal around my neck was an unbelievable feeling.
You can learn more from the lows than the highs. The highs are great but the lows make you really look at things in a different way and want to improve. Every player will have both in their careers and I have, but what you get is that experience which is so important to perform at your best.
I've matured since joining United, on and off the field.
Becoming a dad was the proudest moment of my life. Playing football does not even compare.
Becoming a dad means you have to be a role model for your son and be someone he can look up to.
When you are 16 there is no fear whatsoever. As you get older you play in more important games and that is when you start thinking about what will happen if you win or lose.
The lifestyle I lead as a footballer means I am always in the spotlight.
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