Cape Town - Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says that he has improved as a player this season and believes there is still room for improvement.
According to Manchester United's magazine Inside United, the Real Madrid target said: "Yes, I have [improved]. I’m very young and I always try to keep getting better, in every training session, every match, and I think it’s been a very productive season for me. I’m still growing as a player; I’m very satisfied with the season that I and we have had."
De Gea's 2014/15 performances earned him a nominateion for both the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards, before being named in the PFA Team of the Year.
De Gea is also odds-on favourite to retain the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year trophy as Manchester United's player of the season.
"Every player deserves ?to win it," he says.
"Everyone has done important things for the team.
"Everyone tries their absolute best to win and gives all they’ve got in training to help the group."