'I will always support and follow United'
"United is the biggest part of my career, I’ll always follow them and want them to do well," explains Wayne...
Have you been following United from afar? “Yeah, of course. Even last season when I was at Everton you still follow United, it’s something I’ll always do. United is obviously the biggest part of my career and I’ll always follow them and want them to do well and hopefully we can start picking up results and get back on track.” Are you still in touch with some former team-mates or staff? “Yeah, obviously team mates, staff members there, the people I’ve shared a dressing room with and my life with for 13 years and obviously I made some great friends there and keep in touch and it’s nice to speak to them. It’s great to speak to them and hopefully over the Christmas period I’ll get the chance to go and see everyone there and say hello.” Obviously, as we speak we’re in eighth, which is not where we want to be and the aim is to finish in the top four. Do you see United finishing in the top four? The talent is there to do it. “I hope so. I think the problem is the top six teams now anyone can finish in the top four. You just don’t want to fall too far behind where it makes it really difficult to get in that top four, so hopefully after this international break we can go on a run up to Christmas and then you’re into the Christmas period which as always in the Premier League determines how well or how not so well you’re going to do for the rest of the season, so I think it’s an important 4-6 weeks coming up for United.”