Andreas Pereira has told the Brazilian press that he is playing the best football of his career at Fulham.

The attacking midfielder, who moved to Craven Cottage last July from Manchester United for £10m after spending a season on loan at Flamengo, has scored three goals and added six assists in 32 games for Marco Silva’s side, who have surprised the pundits to sit ninth in the Premier League and reached the FA Cup quarter finals.

In a wide-ranging interview with Uol, the 27 year-old revealed he felt he has become a more complete footballer since making the move to London.

“I’m very happy here. I feel like I’m playing my best football. I’m more mature, more experienced. I learned a lot from everything that happened at Flamengo, both the good and the difficult moments. Now it’s [time] to keep working and seeking to evolve more and more.”