Jadon Sancho has been in fine form of late season and is currently enjoying the best of his career in Manchester United, following his move to the club last summer.
The 21-year-old’s recent performances saw him confirmed as Player of the Month for February, before he scored in the Manchester derby on Sunday, against a side he spent time with during his youth career.
Sancho has been the subject of acclaim from The Red Devils past and presents over the last few weeks, while he’s also spoken himself about how he’s learning a lot from working with his more experienced Manchester United teammates.
“We saw the pinpoint accuracy that he can display when finishing against Manchester City on Sunday, but it is a more selfless trait that Sancho believes he can offer the most to the team” – quoted a comment.
“I feel my best strength is probably drawing one or two players towards me to then free up space for my teammates and then to release the ball,” Sancho explained.
“Committing my players is my strong point and one-v-ones is another aspect” he added.
Sancho says he believes that he has been able to impact matches in this way, and others, more frequently in the last few weeks have been able to adapt to his new surroundings at Man United, and the Premier League, following an understandable initial period of transition during the early part of his first campaign at the club.
“I’m very hard on myself, so I wouldn’t say it’s been the best season,” Sancho admitted.
“I feel like I’ve learned a lot. You know, new league, obviously playing with new teammates”.