Leicester City midfielder Matty James is delighted he turned down new terms at Manchester United.
The 22-year-old midfielder found himself at a crossroads in 2012, but was not afraid to make a big career call.
James told the Leicester Mercury: "It was a difficult decision. I was coming off the back of quite a bad injury and I didn't know where my future lay.
"United offered me a contract but it wasn't enough in terms of security. I was a little nervous about staying.
"I spoke to my family, because we knew Leicester were interested. It is a club with great ambition and tradition, fantastic support and I knew it was a Premier League club in the making. It was just a question of how long it would take.
"I knew it wouldn't take long and I thought it was going to be last season.
"I knew when I signed here I could give it a really good go and the dream has come true. It will be a little weird to run out at Old Trafford next season.
"It was always my dream to run out as a United player, but now to run out as a Premier League player will be amazing."
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