Last updated : 06 August 2004 By Editor
Roy Keane has vowed to make amends for Manchester United's below average
form last season. He said
"We didn't do ourselves justice last season and we want to put that right," said
Keane. "We know we didn't produce the goods but after any setback this club
always responds well.

"Every pre-season you come back aiming to improve, and we know we have to
improve on last season. I'm excited by the challenge ahead and I know the other players feel the same.

"Arsenal are still the team to beat. They've proved over the past year that they
are the best team. They are up there to be shot at now and you can be sure we'll give it a good go."
Keane is looking forward to playing a bigger role for United this season after
Fergie admitted he could have played him more last season. "I feel really good
and fresh,"

"I had five or six weeks off in the summer and I've really enjoyed the pre-season build-up.
"It's up to the manager to decide when I play, but like any player I want to play all the time. But I know that's not realistic because players will be rested during a season.

"It's dangerous to look too far ahead but if I'm not playing well I won't deserve to be in the team anyway. And I know my form last season could have been better.
"But the most important thing is Manchester United, not Roy Keane. Everyone at this club is striving to get it back to the top this year."