Asked if he was happy with the way life under Erik Ten Hag has started, David de Gea, speaking to Manchester United’s club website, said: “Of course, of course. I think we’re playing better.
“We are winning some difficult games, keeping some good clean sheets as well. That’s super important for us and I feel it. The players want it more, we are hungry and that’s a good signal, so let’s keep doing well and keep fighting together.
“I think it’s just go game by game and try to win as much as we can and be prepared for each game,” continued the United shot-stopper. “Not thinking about the future or anything else, just prepare yourself to be ready for the next one and then the next one, so this is the mentality. Train properly and recover properly and go game by game.”
De Gea has been ever-present for United this season, starting 13 matches. After reaching a landmark 500 league appearances for the club, he will most likely start against Tottenham on Wednesday.
Man United are currently at the 5th place on the Premier League table with a game in hand after matchday 10. Although, results have been disappointing sometimes since Ten Hag’s take over but there are certainly many positive takeaways from the team.