After joining for a record £80m transfer from Leicester City, several Manchester United players have revealed Harry Maguire's experience and leadership skills in the dressing room.
Maguire has had a decent start to life at Old Trafford and was named the man of the match in the 4-0 win over Chelsea in their opening game of the season. The center-back has been touted as a future captain, having been a leader for Leicester City and England in recent years.
In an interview with the club's official portal, Lee Grant revealed how Maguire has adapted to life at Old Trafford, "It’s been seamless. Harry has definitely slotted straight in, in terms of the social side and in terms of his mentality and attitude, which has been first class.
"The most important thing, though, is his quality and he was able to show that against Chelsea. We could all see he is quite at home in front of the Old Trafford crowd and quite at home as a Manchester United player."
Diogo Dalot also spoke of Maguire's influence so far, "He’s a big guy. We already knew from the days he played at Leicester but it’s different when you see him in real life every day.
"We have a few young lads here, including myself, so to have that kind of experience in the dressing room is good. And of course, his natural leadership will be very good for the club."