Manchester United forward Anthony Martial says he recognises the demand for him to accept responsibility and be clinical in front of goal.
The Frenchman is currently in fact to face Liverpool on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, having missed the last five league matches with a thigh injury picked up at the 2-1 loss.
Along with Martial, who has scored twice this effort, believes he should add his game and a variety of goals.
We all prefer beautiful objectives however, at the end of the day, a objective remains a target, Martial told the club magazine.
So, if I could score 30 goals such as that I scored in the match against Chelsea, I would take that at this time!
I suppose I have tended to score very nice objectives and so, if I was able to score more of this kind of goal, as well as the more spectacular ones, then I would end up with a much higher goals complete come the conclusion of the year
Martial is one of only three recognised forward to Inter Milan in the summer at Old Trafford, along with England international Marcus Rashford and 18-year-old Mason Greenwood, following Romelu Lukakus # 73m passing months.
The 23-year-old, that was given the No 9 shirt for a result is fully conscious of the expectations on him to carry out this year.
Martial continued:Now Ive taken the No 9 shirt back once again, he [Ole] has stated to me is that I have a lot of responsibility and that I must score goals, therefore that is what I am attempting to perform.
Manchester United have made their worst start to a year in 30 years leaving them.
Unbeaten league-leaders Liverpool can equivalent Chelseas list of nine successive opening wins with success at Old Trafford and have left their very best start to a year.
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