Former Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin admits he's still angry at himself for the way his time at the club went.
The Frenchman arrived at United with a great reputation from his time at Southampton.
However, the defensive midfielder struggled under coach Louis van Gaal and was eventually sold on after 18 months.
He confessed to theDaily Mail: "I know if I played to my full potential, with freedom, I would not be in Australia right now.
“Maybe I would still be at Manchester United. When I signed, I wanted to be a legend there. That is why I am mad with myself and it will be hard until the end of my life.
"My friends ask, 'Why are you saying this?' But I know myself and what I can bring.
“I know this time at Manchester United affected me for the longest period in my career. I was so frustrated I couldn't give what I wanted."