Manchester United fullback Luke Shaw is happy playing for new manager Jose Mourinho.
Shaw’s return has coincided with Mourinho’s appointment as manager at United and the boyhood Chelsea fan is excited to work with the former Stamford Bridge boss in the coming season.
“I’m really looking forward to working with him. We’ve done a couple of weeks now and I’ve spoken to him a couple of times and obviously the others players have talked to him as well.
“I think we are going to be challenging for every sort of title that we can go for this season.”
“We all feel strong as a group and it’s important now to sort out the tactical side of what Jose wants us to do in games, so we’re practicing that in training sessions and hopefully we can take that into games and show a very strong side.”
With any new manager comes speculation about the composition of his squad and one reporter asked Shaw if the players are playing for their futures during this pre-season tour of China.
“I don’t know – you always have to play for your future,” the 21-year-old answered. “There will always be players coming in.”
“You have to get used to that. Everyone has looked normal, there have been no discussions about anyone leaving. We’re enjoying the training at the moment.”