Diogo Dalot was proud of his first season at Manchester United.
The former Porto defender became a regular in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
He said: “Of course it’s hard to get to a big team.
“But then it’s harder to stay there because you are competing with a lot of footballers that are such hard workers.
“When you get to the big clubs, to the big leagues, you know that every day you need to get better and better and better.
“For me, I think the hard work is the main thing. Work hard and stay humble.
“I don’t like to think too big for now.
“I used to say ‘step by step’. Now I just try to focus on getting my opportunities and getting my minutes, and showing the manager what I’m capable of, that I can play here.
“Of course, when you lay down on your bed and you dream of the future, you dream of being one of the best right-backs in the world, being a reference for everyone. But that’s when you are in bed.
“When you wake up, you just need to put your feet on the ground and start working again, because every day is a fight for me. I think that’s the right way.”