Manchester United second-choice goalkeeper Sergio Romero has insisted that he will wait for his time at the Old Trafford.
The Argentine has largely been surplus to requirement with the Red Devils this season due to the presence of David De Gea who was tipped to leave the club during the summer transfer window.
Romero, who made some fine saves during the latter stages of last Premier League season, acknowledged that he will have to wait for his time at Manchester United.
De Gea on the otherhand, has earned praises for his extraordinary performances so far this season, sidelining Romero to just one appearance this campaign.
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The 30-year-old was also a subject of interest from several clubs in Europe with reports that the Argentine will fancy a move away before he squashed the reports.
Speaking to Manchester United website, Romero said that he is ready if Mourinho calls him to stand in between the sticks.
Stressing that he keeps working hard in order to be prepared if he gets called up by the manager or my team-mates needs him.
Manchester Unites boss Jose Mourinho is said to be looking at the chances finding replacements for De Gea who might be fancying a move to Real Madrid next summer.