Luke Shaw has admitted he is feeling good and positive in his second year at Manchester United.
The England international made a switch to Old Trafford from Southampton last summer for a reported £27m ($42.3m) fee, according to BBC. In his debut season, the left-back featured in 16 league games.
The fee involved in Shaw's transfer to United has seen him being on the spotlight, something the defender claims he is comfortable and positive about.
"It wasn't that I didn't feel settled last year, but now I feel really at home here," Shaw said, as quoted by the Manchester Evening News.
"I get on really well with all the players and staff and I'm working really hard in training too - so that's a good thing. I feel really happy and am positive about how things are going.
"With my transfer fee and the way I came here, the spotlight was always going to be on me. This year I feel really good and better about myself. I'm really comfortable and happy to be at the club," he added.
Injuries restricted Shaw's progress in the 2014/15 season. The Mirror reported that Louis van Gaal had a plan for the former Saints man, which has seen the defender lose 3kgs over the summer.
The 20-year-old admitted that he has set his sights on having an injury free season as he looks to continue to improve as the new season progresses.
"It's the best I've felt in a long while. I'm aiming to keep putting in good performances and to keep my fitness up. Hopefully no injuries will get in my way," the defender explained.
"As a team we have maybe not met our standards yet, but we have meetings about it and evaluate our game. We feel good and hopefully will continue to get better and better – I think we can do that."