Victor Lindelof intends to bring a new calm to Manchester United's back four this season.
Sweden's centre-half hopes to kickoff his United career by lifting the European Super Cup in Skopje on Tuesday night.
Lindelof, 23, goes into that match against Champions League winners Real Madrid stating: “I think I'm quite a calm player.
“I like to have the ball at my feet. I think I'm quite good in that situation and at reading the game.
“I think I give my players in front of me quite a calmness, knowing I'm back there trying to protect them as well as I can.
“And it feels great to know the coach, Jose Mourinho, wanted me here for so long. That makes me very happy.
“He's a great coach and for me to be able to work with him is a great opportunity for me.
“United are one of the biggest clubs in the world and always want to win titles.
“That's also my goal. I've come here to win titles. That's what the club wants."