Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been impressed by Bruno Fernandes’ impact since the Portuguese star moved to Old Trafford.
After joining the Red Devils from Sporting in a deal that could reach £67.7m, the Portuguese midfielder has wasted little time impressing his new boss.
And United boss is delighted with the quick progress of Fernandes during the team’s mini camp in the south of Spain during the winter break.
“Well, overall, he is a very, very good footballer and his brain is obviously quicker than many others,” the Norwegian told the club’s official website.
“He has got loads of attributes that we are going to get used to. We will get used to him and he will get used to us.
“His passing range, his deliveries, his movements, I am just pleased to see him here enjoying himself.
“He trains and he trains and he trains, so his fitness levels and enthusiasm is brilliant.”
Compatriot Diogo Dalot has revealed Fernandes is settling in fast too ahead of next Monday’s match with Chelsea.
“[He’s settling in] perfectly. I mean, it is like he has been here for two years already,” Dalot told the club’s official website.