Manchester United star Harry Maguire has opened up on the differences he’s noticed since joining the club in the summer of 2019.
The talented Englishman is still Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s most expensive signing since starting his reign and it’s safe to say he’s had his fair share of critics.
Maguire eventually became United’s captain, once Ashley Young‘s transfer to Inter Milan was confirmed in the winter transfer window.
The former Leicester City man has received rave reviews for his off-the-field work as it’s believed he’s had a positive impact on the dressing room.
Since coming to the Red Devils, Maguire has helped shore up a defence that was otherwise leaking goals in comparison to previous seasons.
Maguire: "From when I joined the progression has been steady and we are getting that more. The belief is a lot more than when I joined. I always believe we are going to score." #mulive
— utdreport (@utdreport) December 7, 2020
Fans will love hearing how the players are stronger mentally though they’ve seen evidence of that already.
Manchester United have won the most points from a losing position in the league and so have shown a remarkable willingness to fight for their results.
Of course supporters would prefer to not fall behind in the first place but it is something that happened many times during Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign as well, leading to the infamous label- ‘comeback kings’.
Lately United have struggled to keep clean-sheets despite Maguire’s good form so the hope is they’re able to stem the flow of late.
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