The Red Devils defender Marcos Rojo has revealed he felt part of the Man United family since he joined the Reds back in the summer of 2014.
Rojo secured a permanent deal with Louis van Gaal's team from Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon and since his move, the Argentine defender has decided to reflect on his time at Old Trafford.
“From the moment I arrived I've been immersed in the club, the history and the way the manager wants us to play,” Rojo told MUTV.
"It's my first season here and I think I've fitted in well. I'm delighted with how quickly I've settled in."
The 24-year-old's performances have been vital for United this season, as they look to clinch a Champions League spot.
And, the former Sporting defender reckons he needs to get better as the season plays out.
“I know I have to improve a lot of things. I need to get to know the league better and our opponents' characteristics. I’m working hard to do that," Rojo continued.
“I don’t get nervous really, maybe there are some nerves every now and again before the game, but once I'm out there on the pitch, they disappear.”
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