Wayne Rooney has finally hinted that his future may lie at Old Trafford, according to the Mail Online.
On Tuesday evening, the 27 year old scored a brace to become only the fourth player in Manchester United’s history to have scored two hundred goals for the club.
When pushed for clarification on his future, the striker was clearly angered at the line of questions from reporter Gabriel Clarke.
However, he has since taken to his official website to declare that he is happy to be in a position where he can score goals, and that he hopes for that to continue.
He stopped short of declaring his happiness to still be at Old Trafford, but did go on to speak of his pride at joining Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Jack Rowley in the list of players to hit a double century of goals for the Red Devils.
The England international was strongly linked with a move away from the club in the summer, though two bids for the striker, both from Chelsea, were rejected out of hand.