Gibson happy at United

28 March 2009 04:19
Manchester United midfielder Darron Gibson has played down rumours of a summer move to Fulham.[LNB] Gibson was part of United's Carling Cup winning team earlier this month, but has yet to make an impact at Premier League level.[LNB]Reports claimed Fulham boss Roy Hodgson was showing an interest ahead of a potential end-of-season swoop for the Republic of Ireland international.[LNB]However, Gibson has brushed off the speculation and has no plans to bring an end to the learning process at Old Trafford.[LNB]Really happy"I never heard anything (of the Fulham interest)," he said in the Irish Examiner. "But I am really happy where I am for the minute.[LNB]"This season I have been involved a lot more than last season or the season before.[LNB]"I've learned about how Man United play and about how the manager works."[LNB]The 21-year-old has made two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season and is eager to be more involved in Sir Alex Ferguson's plans.[LNB]He added: "It is the next step for me. I am pushing at the moment, but I haven't really got my chances. [LNB]"Hopefully I can push a bit more in the next few games and get my chance in the league."[LNB]

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