Aaron Wan-Bissaka in his Manchester United debut campaign praised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for pushing him to become a better player.
Aron joined United at a big-money deal worth up to £50 m from Crystal Palace last summer since then he has made 33 appearances for United.
At Old Trafford hit-and-miss campaign for the Red Devils, Wan-Bissaka was influenced by his boss Solskjaer.
Aron told Daily Mail, “The coaching staff has been superb since I came to United. They all really know their stuff, and they can make a difference to your game. It’s worth getting even a fraction of a percent improvement, and I’m really excited about the opportunity to work on my game in any area I can.”
“The manager is also a big part of that process. I’ve seen Ole’s manager since day one at United who knows what he wants. You can see his team’s intentions. He wants to improve every single player and he has given us all a steer on what we need to improve. I think that’s what you need a manager who is going to push you.” added Wan-Bissaka.
Currently, Aron discloses another name who helped him in his development is his teammate Marcus Rashford.