"I know Sam Johnstone very well and he is a very, very good keeper. If I am going through against him, it will be an interesting situation."

- Angelo Henriquez

25/06/2013 10:33, Report by Adam Marshall
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Henriquez eyes Reds duel

Henriquez is still awaiting his first-team debut for United after signing from Universidad de Chile and will return to Manchester to find David Moyes in charge. After experiencing the highs and lows at Wigan, with relegation from the Barclays Premier League following the shock Wembley victory over Manchester City, he has already furthered his education in England. 

"I’ve already learned a lot there," the striker added. "The main thing has been to work very hard physically because that side of the game is the big difference between England and South America. I definitely feel that I am a lot stronger for the experience and I already feel that I have benefited a lot, working at such a massive club and then going to Wigan and experiencing the Premier League with them."

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