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'I still think he's got a lot to prove': Gary Neville says Dean Henderson shouldn't expect to become first choice at despite signing new £120k a week deal... as he backs David de Gea to keep No 1 spot Gary Neville believes Dean Henderson must be patient for United's No 1 jersey   The Red Devils legend says David de Gea should be first choice at Old Trafford   He says Henderson is not used to the experience of playing for a top team  

By Oli Gamp For Mailonline

Published: 14:23 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 14:23 BST, 3 September 2020

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legend Gary Neville has warned goalkeeper Dean Henderson he could face a wait for the club's No 1 spot after returning from two impressive loans at Sheffield United.

The former right-back believes Henderson still has 'a lot to prove' and feels he lacks the experience of playing for a big team - calling for David de Gea to continue as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first choice.

The Spaniard has come under fire after a string of costly mistakes in between the sticks and some fans and pundits have called for him to be dropped.  

Gary Neville believes keeper Dean Henderson still has 'a lot to prove' at Manchester United

Gary Neville believes keeper Dean Henderson still has 'a lot to prove' at  

Henderson has been tipped to become Manchester United's new No 1 after signing a new deal

But Gary Neville has backed David de Gea to keep his No 1 spot

Gary Neville believes David de Gea (R) will start as United's No 1 over Henderson next season 

But Neville believes his place in the starting line-up shouldn't be in danger despite Henderson recently signing a new deal worth £120,000 per week, insisting that Solskjaer's faith in him last season will not change now.   

'De Gea definitely starts as No.1 because there was a point where Ole could've dropped him towards the end of the season,' he told Sky Sports. 

'However, he stuck with him at that point

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