‘They are happy with me’: Martin Odegaard hopeful of reigniting Real Madrid career after superb start at Real Sociedad… but Norwegian won’t return early from two-year loan deal
- Martin Odegaard was named La Liga’s Player of the Month for September
- He says his parent club, Real Madrid, are impressed with his performances
- Odegaard has been starring on loan at Real Sociedad after two years in Holland
- The 20-year-old Norwegian insists he will not cut his two-year loan spell short
Martin Odegaard is confident he has a future at Real Madrid after receiving praise for his brilliant start to the season with Real Sociedad.
The 20-year-old, who has been linked with Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City, has only played twice for Real’s first team since they beat a host of European clubs to his signature back in 2015.
But after finding his feet at Sociedad and winning La Liga’s Player of the Month award for September, Odegaard believes he is on the right track to fulfil his potential at the Bernabeu.
Martin Odegaard has impressed in the early stages of the season on loan at Real Sociedad
‘I am in contact with Real Madrid, as sometimes they write to me to tell me how they see me,’ he told Eurosport Norway.
‘They have congratulated me and praised my good start in the league.
‘They have told me that they are happy with me.’
After spells at Dutch clubs Heerenveen and Vitesse over the last two seasons, the Norway international signed a two-year loan deal with Sociedad last summer.
Odegaard lifts his La Liga Player of the Month award after a brilliant start to his loan spell
However, he has no intention of returning to his parent club early despite his eye-catching form in the early stages of the season.
‘The idea is to respect [the loan deal],’ he said.
‘I am happy at the team, and so I want to continue here until my two years end.’