The Brazilian is about to start his seventh season at Old Trafford and the feeling among many United supporters is that they have not seen the best of the 25-year-old.
Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Anderson shares the fans' frustrations.
He said: "It's not just the fans who've been frustrated, I've been frustrated. I never asked to be injured, I don't want to be injured. I want to play every week for Manchester United, I love being here.
"My first years here were good then I got bad injuries. Last season I was doing good for six games, then I started to feel my knee. I felt the pain but I kept playing because I wanted to help my team, but then I had to stop playing.
"I felt like I was making a step forward and two back. Just when I think everything is fine I get an injury."
Anderson has just returned from the club's pre-season tour of Australia and the Far East, and says that he is enjoying life under new United manager David Moyes.
He added: "Training is hard under David Moyes but that's good for me. I need to train hard. I need to run and I'm feeling good, with power in my legs. I need to get fit and lose weight. I need to lose two more kilos to be at my best weight.
"I just don't want to have injuries. I want to train every day and play every game. I want to do my best for the team, want to play 90 minutes and not have to come off. To do that I need to be 100% fit."
Moyes is still being linked with Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas and Anderson would welcome the Spaniard at Old Trafford.
He added: "More better players means a better squad. Manchester had a big squad, it's one of the biggest in the world. We know that great players will arrive all the time and I want to be one of those great players."
United face Wigan Athletic in the Community Shield next Sunday.