I do try my best. "We are getting to more difficult matches so I am working hard to be a better player for this team".
A striker is a high priority this summer but Chelsea's Tammy Abraham preferred Swansea City to the north east while Arsenal forward Lucas Perez would rather return to Spain, with a move back to Deportivo on the cards.
But now he is ready to establish himself as a Premier League player - and he is relishing the challenge of facing Tottenham Hotspur in United's curtain raiser on Sunday.
"We missed some targets at the beginning and we're paying for that", the Spaniard added. "We are now trying to work in different directions".
'Sometimes it is not about you want, it is about what you need and what you can afford now'. Everything is a little more hard.
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Benitez blamed inflated prices for Newcastle's struggles. "We will continue to fight because the truth is that he [Perez] is looking forward to joining us".
There's no big advance right now to scare Deportivo, so they're getting confident again, and won't rule out Lucas Perez arriving.
"If I decide to stay, it's for the city, the fans, the stature of the club, to stay in England and in the Premier League".
Shearer, who spent 10 years at St. James' Park subsequently becoming their all-time leading goal scorer, feels the inability of the powers that be to back him in the transfer market could ultimately see him move to pastures new.
"I know that he did really well".
"It's very hard for me because my Chinese is not good enough", the Toon boss added.