Angelo Henriquez says he wants to keep progressing after scoring on his first appearance for the Reds and earning David Moyes' men a 1-1 draw with AIK Fotboll on Tuesday night.
The 19-year-old came off the bench to replace the injured Nani at Friends Arena in Stockholm and fired United's second-half equaliser in the final game of Tour 2013 presented by Aon.
Henriquz was a happy man after the game and told ManUtd.com that he is determined to build on the experience.
"To be involved in my first game with the first team and score was a great moment for me," he told us.
"It's been fantastic to train with the squad and also spend time with the players. I am learning a lot."
Henriquez says he is yet to speak to David Moyes about whether or not he will remain at Old Trafford or go out on loan again as he did for the second half of last season at Wigan.
The Chilean striker thoroughly enjoyed his time with the Latics and says Sunday's Community Shield clash between Wigan and United will be a big match for him on a personal note.
"To be involved in my first game with the first team and score was a great moment for me. It's been fantastic to train with the team and also spend time with the players. I am learning a lot."
- Angelo Henriquez