David De Gea has reiterated his desire for Manchester United with speculations surrounding his exit.
The Spanish shotstopper almost joined Real Madrid in 2015, but a last minute administrative error ruined the deal.
De Gea has been committed to the club and has not dipped in form, as he works towards long-term goals with Mourinho in charge.
De Gea told MUTV: “I feel really well on the pitch. I’m really happy to play for United and Spain and I’m feeling very strong on the pitch. I need to keep this level until the finish of the season.”
On United’s current 17-game unbeaten run, he added: “It’s a very good run but we need to keep the same level, focus and concentration going into the games.
“Everything is easy when you win and when the run is good. You win and you never lose so everything is easy and everyone is happy. We now need to be really focused to keep winning.
“I think we are defending really well but we are keeping the ball for more time and I think this is key. We have more possession of the ball and are creating more chances so that is why we are conceding fewer goals and fewer opportunities. We have great players and have a lot of confidence.”