He admits some of his performances for Manchester United this season have been "average".
Cleverley said: "At the moment, I feel like I've got more to give. I've had a few average games, a few more than I would prefer.
"But I felt this time last year was when I hit my best form of the season, when we were playing every few days.
"I'm the type of player who prefers that and if I can get into a rhythm, then hopefully I can add more than just appearances to my record, I can also add some standout performances."
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