After an unconvincing start to his career at Manchester United, Fred has revealed that Ole Gunner Solskjaer is advising him on how to improve.
Fred joined United from Shakhtar Donestk back in July 2018 for a fee of £52million but has failed to live up to expectations. The Brazilian, however, was at the top of his game in the 1-1 draw against Liverpool and looks to have forged a partnership with Scott McTominay in the absence of the injured Paul Pogba.
In an interview with the club's official portal, Fred revealed Solskjaer's advice, "Passing is one of my main objectives in the game and when I make a lot of passes I’m happy. Obviously I’m not happy when I miss the passes so I look to get that right. I work very hard on that.
"I’m really happy for both Scott and myself, we’ve worked hard together on this in midfield and I hope we can continue this run of form and have more good games and work very hard to help United. As I said we did really well tactically on Sunday which was very important.
"For me, I was quite relaxed. With five playing behind me it freed me up to play the way I like to play going forward a bit more. I was also really happy with the way I defended. The manager told me to focus, to play well, to minimize the errors and I think I did that well and defended well."