Aaron Wan-Bissaka believes Manchester United are getting closer to their targets under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s management.
English fullback Aaron Wan-Bissaka is excited thinking about his future with Manchester United as he has assured that there are big things to come with the stewardship of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian has set his sight on rebuilding the club in line with their original philosophy. Ever since his permanent appointment last year, Solskjaer has signed the likes of Daniel James, Harry Maguire, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka along with instilling his faith on homegrown talents as a part of his longterm vision.
Further additions of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo in January has brought optimism back to Old Trafford in what has been a season of mixed emotions so far.
And Wan-Bissaka feels Man United are ready to challenge for trophies again.
“I think we’re in a better position than when I joined,” the 22-year old told the club’s official website.
“We didn’t start off great at first, not as the club is expected to do. So, I think we’re moving in the right direction now. I’m very excited about the future. I think we’re getting closer to reaching our target.
“I think that will help a lot, getting our hands on the first trophy. It will boost our confidence and help us go on to the next [one].”