Aaron Wan-Bissaka is setting his sights on silverware at Manchester United, with the £50 million ($63m) signing looking forward to turning out for a club that “every kid wants to play for”.
The Red Devils have made the 21-year-old full-back the latest addition to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.
His arrival, coupled with that of Daniel James earlier in the summer, maintains the shift in focus from United when it comes to recruiting exciting talents with bags of potential.
“I am excited to have finally signed for this team,” he told United’s official website.
“Every kid wants to play for a team like this. I am grateful and it is an honour to represent this club.
“I think I will improve every step and learn different things around new team-mates. I think Man United is a big club, a big family, a big fan base, and I think they all stick together and are so tight together.”
Wan-Bissaka spoke at length with Solskjaer before making a move to Old Trafford and is buying into the project being pieced together by United’s manager.