Daniel James had a quiet 2020/21 season for Manchester United, failing to contribute during the campaign.
The Welshman made 26 appearances, scored just three goals and producing one assist.
James joined Red Devils in the summer of 2019 as one of the hottest prospects in football, but he is yet to fulfil his potential.
The 23-year old still needs to develop his attributes if he wants to become a mainstay in Solskjaer’s team.
He dribbling skills and decision making need more work and James has told the club’s media that he still has plenty to learn.
He said: “I think I’m developing every single game. I’m learning.
“I reflect on every game and every season I’ve played, whether I’ve played zero minutes, whether I play all the games, I think I’m always learning.
“For me, I’m nowhere near my potential and I just want to keep improving.”
James was also asked to name his favourite memory of this campaign.
“For me, I think when I came back into the team,” he added. “When we played Istanbul, I came off the bench and scored.
“I set myself a little few targets, to score as many goals as I can really.
“I scored one against Newcastle but I think the Sociedad game I enjoyed away from home.
“[I was] involved in a couple of goals there and got on the scoresheet myself as well, so probably that one.”
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