Aaron Wan-Bissaka reveals he has been doing more than what is asked from him in the training sessions to keep improving himself.
Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made the right-back position his very own since joining the club this season.
The 22-year old played a key part in helping his side register a league double over Manchester City on Sunday as he kept Raheem Sterling at bay throughout the match.
Wan-Bissaka’s performance earned him plaudits all over. Recently, Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher even labeled him as the best one-on-one defender.
The England international has played 26 times in the Premier League this season and has become one of the most reliable and consistent players under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Wan-Bissaka outlined how he managed to raise his game at Man United.
“I think that process has been going in the right direction,” he explained.
“I’ve had help from the team and the coaches, showing me the way forward. I stay out after training to do extra sessions so that I keep improving all the time and I’m ready to play at my highest level every week. I’d say the partnerships between us have improved and we’ve been growing together
“I don’t have a preference. The five at the back allows me to get forward more at times during the game.”