Henrikh Mkhitaryan Says “there is no limit” This Season

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan was chosen as the Manchester United player to meet the media ahead of the Red Devils UEFA Champions League group stage clash at CSKA Moscow. Manager Jose Mourinho met the media as well, and during his session he made it clear that Mkhitaryan was selected for the press conference only because he speaks Russian, and not as an indicator of the Armenian being chosen, or not chosen, for the first team tomorrow.

Mourinho made it clear that he was trying to make it easier for the media, and that he likes to make things easier for journalists whenever he can.

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Mkhitaryan said all the right things, as he maintains that United are in it to win it regarding UCL.

“This year we have the Champions League and we are all concentrating on winning it,” he said. “We are a massive club and we will do everything we can to get to the final.

“If CSKA won against Benfica (this month) that means they deserve it. I watch a lot of their games in the Russian Premier League. They have a lot of experienced players but there’s a big difference from the Champions League and the Russian league so they will be playing differently.”

Mkhitaryan also discussed his individual development, stating that his injury and fitness issues of last season are now long behind him, with “no limit” to his potential this campaign.

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“Last season I had lots of injuries and couldn’t feel good in games. This season is good and the connection between me and other players is very good and we understand each other very well and hopefully we can score lots more,” Mkhitaryan said.

“I have worked very hard and will continue to make sure there is no limit. I have worked hard to get a place and I know that to get picked every game you have to work hard in training so the manager can trust you to play. I have started very well and will do my best to carry on.”

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports Bank.net and TheBank.News, which is partnered with News Now and Minute Media. Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, NBC Chicago.com and Chicago Tribune.com, currently contributes regularly to WGN CLTV and Chicago Now.

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