Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he is looking to extend his stay past the one year contract he signed with the club.
Ibrahimovic left French champions Paris Saint-Germain for United, as a free agent on a one-year deal in July, with the option of a 12-month extension.
Speaking ahead of the team’s Premier League opener at Bournemouth on Sunday, Ibrahimovic says fitness issues would determine if he would stay at the club for two more years.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates his winner against Leicester City
“Let’s see what happens. You never know. It could be more than two, it could be more than three. Let’s see how long I feel like I can perform,” Ibrahimovic told Sky Sports.
“I will not be somewhere only because I am Ibrahimovic. I will be somewhere because I can perform and bring results.
“It was the moment to come to England, and who would not come to Manchester United? I don’t believe there is anybody who could say no to a club like Manchester United.
“Probably the players that play for other clubs in England would like to come here, 100 per cent. I am very happy I am here and representing Manchester United. Even the name sounds cool.”
The 34-year-old socred on his friendly debut, and netted in his competitive debut in last week’s Community Shield triumph over Leicester City.