… and our love will surely grow? That’s Dimitar Berbatov’s plea today with the Bulgarian striker admitting Manchester United hasn’t seen the best of him. Berbatov, who has scored 12 goals in 39 games this season, is consistently overlooked by Sir Alex Ferguson in the biggest matches, having started just 26 games.
“People have not seen the real Berbatov this season and I would have liked to have done more for the club,” he told The Sun.
“At Spurs I have scored more goals with less problems and at United it has been more difficult, but I do not worry about the critics.
“In football it is harder to be a forward because people analyse errors more than success. My morale is high and I am always trying to overcome the situation.
“My dream is still to triumph with United and win another league title.”
Berbatov joined United for more than £30 million two years ago, although the Bulgarian is now probably on the market for anything above £15 million with the club amortising players’ values over the length of their contracts.