Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of Man United’s crucial game against Liverpool in the Premier League, Andre Onana said: “I’m used to pass through worse than this
“If I have to speak about my season so far for Manchester United, I am not happy because I know I can do much much better, I've done it and I know I will do it better than what is happening now.
“We are not facing a good moment. I hope things will change as soon as possible. But listen, you want to tell me in six months the best goalkeeper in the Champions League last season can become the worst in the world? Nah.
“Everything is temporary. I know it'll be alright. If not today, it will be tomorrow, if not tomorrow, the day after tomorrow.”
To his credit, Onana has actually done well to recover from his sloppy start to his career in the Premier League and kept five clean sheets in1 6 appearances so far.
However, the Cameroonian goalkeeper faces his biggest test yet at Anfield against an in-form Liverpool side.