Jadon Sancho has recently revealed what he has been learning from his Manchester United teammates since his arrival.
Manchester United signed Sancho this past summer from Borussia Dortmund for £73m.
Sancho joined Raphael Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo in coming through the door at Old Trafford in what was viewed at the time as a very successful window.
And now, the Englishman has been discussing what he has learned from the likes of Ronaldo, Varane and Paul Pogba:
"I’m here with a lot of great players and I’m learning from the best," he told Manchester United’s club media.
"You’ve got Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane… all these guys have won major trophies and just being in the changing room with them gives you a blessed feeling.
"I’m definitely learning from them, on and off the pitch, especially in terms of their recovery and how they make themselves better. I’m taking in all the information I can and trying to put it into my game."
Jadon Sancho on the up at Manchester United
Though Sancho had a slow start to life back in England, he does finally look to have found his feet with Manchester United.
In his last three Premier League starts, the winger has provided two assists and scored one goal.
Sancho also scored for Manchester United vs Middlesbrough in the FA Cup 4th round and has been one of their brighter sparks of late.
Sancho did not start for Manchester United when they drew 0-0 with Watford this past weekend, but is sure to be back in the starting elven on Sunday when they face off with bitter rivals, Manchester City.