Manchester United have not had too many positives to take from the season and this might see the club undergo a complete overhaul this summer.

This will leave a number of players in the squad playing for a place in the team next season and it is bound to affect the individual performances of the players.

However, A star striker who is adapting to life at the Premier League without much fuzz has revealed that the inner workings of the club do not bother him or his on-field performance.

Anthony Martial who came to Untied on a record fee owes a lot to current manager Louis Van Gaal who convinced the board at United to splash the cash for him.

However, though the Dutchman set to be replaced this summer, Martial explained that it will not have an effect on him.

As long as the current coach is there, I don’t think about it,” Martial told France Football via ESPN

If rumors are to be believed, Portugal genius Jose Mourinho is set to take over the Old Trafford outfit at the end of the season.

Though there is no official announcement, it is understood a gentleman’s agreement between the manager and the club is what is keeping Mourinho away from a job.

But Martial in a recent interview said that he does not read too much into the situation and that he has to play for the coach who is currently at the club.

‘If Mourinho must arrive, he will arrive… for the moment the coach is still there,” Martial said when asked about Mourinho’s appointment.

The young striker has been in good form for the Red Devils this season and has been their best outlet in the final third.

Recently, he scored the winner against Everton to take his team to the 5th place and he will have to be at his best if the Old Trafford outfit are to have a shot at Champions League football next season.

He was full of praises for the Dutchman and revealed that LVG he owes his success at the current club to the manager.

The 20-year old said, “Van Gaal has given me a lot of confidence and I try hard to pay it back to him every day.”