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Manchester United midfielder Anderson is happy to bide his time at Old Trafford – but concedes he cannot stay at the club forever.

Anderson is a January loan target for Fulham with former United coach Rene Meulensteen keen to link up with the Brazilian at Craven Cottage.

And while the 25-year-old insists he is happy at United, he admits regular football is important for his career.

“Every single player wants to play every game,” Anderson said. “I am the same as all the rest.

“I need to play. I am 25 and cannot stay one more year and not play. But you cannot demand that.

“I am not unhappy. You have to be patient and when you do get your chance, you have to do well.”

Anderson impressed initially after his £18million move from Porto in 2007, but injuries and concerns about his weight have marred performances in recent seasons.

The former Gremio playmaker has made just five appearances in total under new boss David Moyes, with only one coming after the home defeat to West Brom in September.

But Anderson has not yet spoken to Moyes about his position in the squad, claiming he wants to bed in to the new system.

“It is good with the new manager,” added Anderson.

“He’s new and it is completely different.

“I have not spoken to him about my situation. We just have to help him be successful.”

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