Memphis Depay decided to not leave Camp Nout this summer.
The Dutch international insists he is happy at Barcelona despite the lack of the games this season.
He started only two games for the Blaugrana this season and scored his first goal against Elche.
He seems to be down the pecking order behind the likes Ousmane Dembele, Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha.
The former Manchester United winger is more of a supportive role this season but he is ready to take up the challenge.
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“Of course you need rhythm, but I’m fit. I do train more and harder because I play less, but match rhythm is better. Fortunately I had a starting spot in La Liga the last few weeks, but it’s not enough,” Depay said to ESPN.
“The last game went well. I was replaced after an hour, I longed for more. In the last 25 to 30 minutes there is often more space, I can take advantage of that with my game. I think I still have the power, it won’t just go away. I’ve had a good preparation, I’m fit, no injuries. I’m feeling good.”