By Joe Bernstein for MailOnline
Published: 00:14 BST, 18 August 2019 | Updated: 00:14 BST, 18 August 2019
Manchester United's £50million defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka has said moving onto a bigger stage from Crystal Palace hasn't daunted him at all.
The fearless 21-year-old excelled on his Premier League debut against Chelsea last weekend and aims to take that form into Monday night's game against Wolves.
Palace manager Roy Hodgson was impressed with how the Londoner coped with being thrown in at the deep end to face Tottenham, United and Chelsea in his first three senior matches in 2018, saying later on: 'I'm glad he has finally made a mistake because I was starting to think he was a robot.'
Aaron Wan-Bissaka made his debut for Manchester United against Chelsea last weekend
He has said he wasn't nervous for his debut, and that he couldn't be happier with how it went
Wan-Bissaka insists that natural attitude has helped him fit in at Old Trafford though he also credits fellow youngster Axel Tuanzebe for helping him integrate into the dressing-room.