Also in Tuesday's United Review...
* Sir Alex Ferguson column
* Peter Schmeichel column
* Interview with Braga midfielder Alan
* Opposition player profiles
* Robbo and Carrick recall Euro nights
* Rafael feature
* Travel diary of Cluj trip
* Under-21s & Academy news
* Charity news
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He may have been restricted to just three of the Reds' 11 games so far this term, but Anderson is simply preparing for his time to shine.
Sir Alex Ferguson admitted earlier this month that the Brazilian had been unfortunate not to feature more often in 2012/13, with Michael Carrick and Paul Scholes excelling in midfield.
"It feels good to hear that," Anderson told United Review.
"I believe in myself and it’s nice to hear the boss say things like that. It’s been one game here and one game there and a bit up and down, but my aim is to just keep progressing and to play consistently."
The midfielder knows all he can do is master his fitness and wait for openings, saying: "If I can stay fit and play well I know I’ll get opportunities. I’m really trying to look after myself and get as fit as I can.
"In the past I might have had the odd niggle but just wanted to keep on playing. Eventually, though, that caught up with me. I understand now that if I’m not 100 per cent fit then I have to wait because I will