Aaron Wan-Bissaka has thanked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for driving him to become a stronger player in his Manchester United debut campaign.
In a big-money deal worth up to £50 m from Crystal Palace last summer, the 22-year-old has made 33 appearances for United since joining.
Wan-Bissaka was inspired by the work that boss Solskjaer did at Old Trafford during a Red Devils hit-and-miss campaign.
“Since I came to United, the coaching staff have been fantastic. They all know their things, and they will make a difference to the team,” quotes the Daily Mail.
“It’s worth making just a fraction of a percent chance, so I’m very excited about the chance to focus on my performance in any way I can.” “The manager is always a huge part of the process. I’ve seen Ole’s boss at United since day one who knows what he wants.
“He wants to better every single player and he gave us all a steer on what we need to do. I think you need a boss to move you.” Wan-Bissaka recently announced that Teammate Marcus Rashford was another man who improved his progress.