Last Updated: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 10:50
Anderson is ready to fight for a chance under manager David Moyes and says he is not thinking about moving on from Manchester United.
The Brazilian midfielder, 25, admits he is desperate to play for "the best club in the world" and won't go knocking on the boss' door to demand more starts or a move away.
Fulham have been linked with an interest in taking the ex-Porto star on loan in January, but Anderson is only thinking about putting on a red shirt.
"I cannot say anything about other clubs showing an interest," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"I am at Manchester United and am a Manchester United player. I have to do my job here and work hard every day to make it work because that's what I want.
"I am not thinking about moving on. All I am thinking about is helping my team, my team-mates and doing the best for myself. I am a Manchester United player, I love the fans, I love the club. I love the way everyone supports the club - it is amazing. It is the best club in the world."
Anderson has started just two Premier League games under Moyes, the last being the 2-1 home defeat to West Brom, but says he has no issues with the former Everton boss.
He added: "It is good with the new manager. I have no problems with David Moyes. He's new and it is completely different. We have to help him to be successful.
"Every single player wants to play every game. I am the same as all the rest. I am only 25 years old but I cannot stay one more year and not play. I need to play. But you cannot demand to play, you have to be patient and when you get your chance you have to do well.
"The club have always been nice to me but if I have to go eventually then I have to go. But I will work to do my best for United."
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