Yorkshire news Lys Mousset on his Sheffield United future, injuries and Blades fans MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The Blades striker finished the season joint leading scorer with six goals
Breaking News ! Lys Mousset says he is 'happy at Sheffield United' and admitted 'everything changed' after he joined the club last summer from Bournemouth. The French striker is currently in Normandy visiting family and celebrating the birth of his first child. He is also training at his former club Le Havre, where he began his career, in a bid to stay fit before reporting back for pre-season training with United. It's been a mixed season for the 24-year-old, who arrived short of fitness but looked to be hitting his straps with five goals in 10 games helping secure victories over Everton and Arsenal as well as deserved draws with Man United, Wolves and West Ham. He gave everyone a glimpse of just why Chris Wilder has brought him to the club, with his pace and power causing Man United centre halves Phil Jones and Harry Maguire all kinds of problems in that 3-3 draw. And speaking to French media outlet Paris-Normandie, he said: “They never really gave me a chance at Bournemouth. Everything changed for me at Sheffield United, they play me, I feel good in the group and the fans are great. "The stadium is far bigger than Bournemouth’s, who are a small club.
. However, after a promising start, an Achilles injury and personal problems away from the pitch slowed his progress down and he has struggled for starts since that purple patch. He also failed to complete 90 minutes in a match and Wilder revealed his frustration at his mixed form insisting 'he has to do more'. But Mousset admits he is committed to the club and does not see his immediate future elsewhere, believing he is still part of the manager's plans.
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"I think so yes. Either way, I’m happy over there. "If I was less decisive at a certain point, it’s because I wasn’t great in my head. "Because I didn’t play a lot for three years at Bournemouth, I fell victim to small injuries to my knee, my Achilles."
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