the future is “exciting” at Manchester United beneath Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with the 22-year-old vowing to raise his own game and play a number one role for the Red Devils heading forward.
Questions still being asked of the present coaching team at old Trafford amid ongoing struggles for consistency.
Long-term vision has, however, been mixed up a regular basis, with another serious reconstruction project being taken in by the Red Devils.
A change in approach has seen the 13-time Premier League champions revert back to put considerable trust in promising youngsters and home-grown additions within the transfer market.
Wan-Bissaka believes that philosophy can serve the club well, with Solskjaer still the proper man to bring the nice times back.
The flying full-back told within United: “It’s so exciting, definitely. I will see the manager’s plans and what he’s attempting to try and do with the younger lot in the team.
“Consistency is the next step.
If we do this, then we’ll be on another level.”
With United having endowed £50 million ($65m) in Wan-Bissaka throughout the summer of 2019, the England U21 international will be expected to work conspicuously in any success over the approaching years.
He intends to deliver on expectation, with the previous Crystal Palace star assured that he will take his game to even bigger heights.
“Yeah, definitely. I’m happy. I believe I’ve done well and that I think I’ll solely get better. I’m quite happy,” Wan-Bissaka added.
“When it involves games, it’s not just about my performance, it’s concerning the team. I’ve enjoyed building relationships with the team in games, performing on my partnership with the defense.
“We all blast off one another, in order that helps as well.
“My work in the final third is a few things that need improving, for me.
“Coming to the current club, that’s one thing that I knew I might improve here. I knew it’d make me a more robust player, returning to United.”
Wan-Bissaka has lots of expertise and competition around him to help aid his development in United, particularly in a defensive unit that remains a work ongoing.
He added: “Harry [Maguire] and Victor [Lindelof], they each help me on and off the pitch.
“Before a game, motivation, obtaining the clean sheet, same as last game, let’s go in hard, look to the subsequent game. That helps. It gets you prepared for that game.
“Axel [Tuanzebe] too – he’s really good competition. He’s 22, however, he’s mature. He’s similar to Harry and Victor.
He’s a loud guy, vocal, he likes to take charge. It helps to possess those characters around.”