But Madhva himself asserts his identity in many instances; one of them is in ,
“The Deity whose three divine forms are spoken of in the Vedas, as one whose nature is that of great wisdom and ability, is the support of the activity of the worlds, is very worshipful (of Visnu), and who incarnates with his full potency (with no diminution); that Vayu, in his first Avatara, carried
the message of Rama, destroyed a fearsome army in his second, and in the third, as Madhva, composed this work as a service to Kesava.”
This may well be, but how can we accept the writings of your Acarya and his followers to prove such a point? Where is the neutral evidence based on Vedic scriptures? Do you have direct proof from the Puranas, Agamas, Upanisads or Vedas? All you can point at is one veiled statement, interpreted to promote the cause of your own sect.