Manchester United midfielder, Fred, has expressed readiness to work with the new manager appointed by the club, Erik ten Hag on Thursday.
Erik ten Hag will be taking over from interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, at the end of the season and will lead the team till 2025.
According to Fred, the dutchman is world-class while expressing delight at his arrival.
“It’s great news,” says Fred in an interview with Premier League Productions. “He’s a world-class coach who will help us a lot here. I’ve watched Ajax and they are a great team who play good football. We know he helps us a lot and hopefully next year we can win trophies.”
Referencing the need to impress ten Hag, Fred continues: “Of course, you always have to prove yourself day to day and game by game. A new manager will look at the team and you have to show the quality of your work to continue playing and working hard under the new coach.
“The priority is to improve, develop day by day, continue fighting and challenge for trophies. We need to be back to the huge club that Manchester United are.
“We need to get back to being the huge club that we are. We know the new manager will help us get back on the rails and the objective will be to be back winning again.
“We really need to put a lot of work in. The new manager’s job will not just take one day to the next. It will take time. We will have pre-season and it won’t be easy. A new style that we can adapt to. We still need to meet our objectives on this season of course, too.”