London, Sep 26(ANI): Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, who has scored six goals in the season so far, has said that he is satisfied with his overall performance in the Premiere League, and is looking to improve his performance further.
Rooney has been handling much of the goal scoring responsibilities after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez.
"Right now I feel confident and believe we can score in every game. I work a lot on my finishing in training and I always feel if I get a chance or a one-on-one, I'm going to score. I certainly never feel I don't know what I'm going to do in that situation," The Sun quoted Rooney, as saying.
Rooney has been an essential part of Sir Alex Ferguson's line up, and has never let his manager or fans down, with a record of breaking the 20-goal barrier for the club and country in each of the past four seasons.
He also highlighted that as a team Man U have started the season very well and playing in different positions over the years has helped improve his personal game.
"You have a different view on everything. Playing up front and feeling confident about scoring goals, makes me believe I can do better than last year's total," Rooney said.
Rooney also pointed out Ferguson's role in the team, and said: "As a team we're always encouraged by the management to work hard and improve." (ANI)