The Portugal international was forced to sit out United's Carling Cup final triumph against Aston Villa after being sent off in the Premier League match against Martin O'Neill's side.
The 23-year-old returned to the side in the win over Wolves and was in fine form in the rout of AC Milan in midweek.
Red Devil: Nani (grounded) saw red for this challenge on Aston Villa midfielder Stiliyan Petrov but he was back to his best against Wolves (below)
'It could be a fantastic season for me and I am working hard for that,' he told the Manchester Evening News.
'Villa was a big disappointment for me. I was a bit down after that. But I am working hard again and I hope I can get more experience every game and help the team like I did.
'I want to get my form back quickly and consistently. That is the most important thing for me at the moment.
'I know I did a strong tackle at Villa but I saw the ball and I was only going for that but the referee sent me off.
'It was a setback because I was playing well at the time and was happy with my form. I did worry that it would take a while for me to get back but it hasn't been too bad.
'I don't think about Villa anymore. It is in the past for me. I just have to concentrate on what is ahead.
'There are many things we are still going for that would make up for me missing the Carling Cup final at Wembley.'
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