Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson has ways made it known that he wants to be the next number one goalkeeper for both his club and country and he has been working towards reaching that goal in recent times. Henderson has had to follow quite a tedious path toward becoming as good as he is at the moment and he believes that even though it may take him some time, he is willing and ready to work and perform at the level demanded of him to displace the current starting goalkeepers at Manchester United and the England national team.

He spent two seasons on loan at Bramall Lame playing for Sheffield United before returning to Old Trafford last season to fight for a starting spot at the club. Upon his return, Henderson was full of confidence in his abilities and capabilities and revealed in his very first interview as a United returnee that he has only come back to take over the starting role between the sticks at Old Trafford and with the Three Lions as well.

It was a tough call to make for United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær but he eventually decided to hand Henderson the starting spot in the team for Premier League games while De Gea was handed a starting role in UEFA Europa League games. Although he was a bit shaky in goal for United during some games, Henderson largely showcased why he is the club's next goalkeeper for many years to come.

He continued to show confidence and improvement game after game and it became hard for De Gea to win back his Premier League starting status. Former United teenage goalkeeper Ben Foster has now revealed that he believes that if Henderson continues to be confident and improve on his game, then he will surely end up becoming England's starting goalkeeper very soon.