him; speaking in an interview, the stopper underlined his happiness at being a United player. "I want to play more but I have to underline I am happy to be at United," he said. "To be part of the club, for me as a human being, is almost better than ever because of familiar things, and family and so on. It is a weird situation. In other years, I have played more but not felt as good as I do right now."
The keeper was handed a start in the FA Cup third round against Swansea in January, but it was a disappointing afternoon all round as the Reds lost 2-1.
Lindegaard did not make any appearances during March but was a regular on the substitutes’ bench, being named in the matchday squad for five of the Reds’ six fixtures.
Lindegaard made his first Barclays Premier League appearance of the season against Newcastle as David De Gea was rested ahead of the trip to Bayern Munich. The Dane was in fine form on Tyneside, keeping a clean sheet after producing two excellent saves to deny Magpies striker Papiss Cisse. Later in the month, he spoke of the need for United to end the campaign strongly, stating: “In these last few games, we can put some markers down and