Hargreaves looks to the future

05 May 2010 01:32
Owen Hargreaves is looking to the future after finally returning to action for Manchester United.[LNB] The England star made his belated reappearance for the Red Devils as a last-gasp substitute in the 1-0 win at Sunderland on Sunday.[LNB]It meant a welcome return for the 29-year-old utility player, who had not featured for Sir Alex Ferguson's side since September 2008 following double knee surgery to cure a tendonitis problem.[LNB]The midfielder is now looking to push on and make the most of what is left of his career.[LNB]He told the club's official website: "I've missed two seasons and I'm disappointed about that. But I'm 29 and hopefully I've got another six to eight years left in me.[LNB]"Being out for so long is obviously not something I would have envisaged myself going through.[LNB]"It's been a learning experience and I try and take the positives from it.[LNB]"It was short (against Sunderland) but obviously I'm looking forward to next season. [LNB]"We've got our last game this weekend (against Stoke) and hopefully I'll play a bit again, and then hopefully get ready to attack next season."

Source: Team_Talk