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Solskjaer has had a positive impact on Aaron Wan-Bissaka's performances.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had a positive impact on Aaron Wan-Bissaka's career.

Man Utd signed Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace for £50million. [Manutd via Twitter]
Man Utd signed Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace for £50million. [Manutd via Twitter]

Wan-Bissaka has heaped praise on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and is pleased with the impact the Norwegian is having on his all-round display at Old Trafford. The right-back has had a brilliant start to his career at United following his £50million transfer from South London club Crystal Palace last summer. One of his best displays was in the Manchester derby where he prevented England superstar Raheem Sterling from having a major impact in the match the Red Devils won 2-0. However, the 22-year-old has thanked the coaching staff at the Aon training complex for pushing him to greater heights.


More: Fernandes wants Man Utd new signings to be hungry for success. "Since I came to United, the coaching staff have been great," Wan-Bissaka said. "They all really know their stuff and they can make a difference to your game. "Even a fraction of a percent improvement is worth getting, and I'm really excited about the chance to work on my game in any area I can. "The manager is a big part of that process too. Since day one at United, I've seen that Ole’s a manager who knows what he wants. You can see his intentions for the team.


More: Alexis Sanchez has suffered a 'very torturous' spell since leaving Arsenal. "He wants every single player to improve and he's given us all a steer on what we need to improve. That's what you need, I think - a manager who will push you."


The former Eagles full-back added: "Personally, he [Solskjaer] has encouraged me to go forward with confidence and express myself, and prior to the recent lockdown I think my attacking game was definitely improving. "As I said, there's a lot more to come from me, from us and I can't wait to get back to it."


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