BRUNO Fernandes has made an instant impact at Old Trafford after joining in January and is proving to be a popular figure at the club already.
The Portuguese attacking midfielder scored his second goal for Manchester United during the 5-0 win over Club Brugge yesterday as the club qualified for the last-16 of the Europa League.
Fernandes, 25, was substituted just after the hour mark and instead of heading down to the changing room for treatment, he insisted on staying to watch the remainder of the match.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Manchester Evening News: "When I took him off, obviously he didn't want to come off.
"That's one thing. He just loves football. He's got so much enthusiasm and smile about him.
"He just wants to be out there, wants to better."
Fernandes, who has made five appearances for his new club, has given United extra quality in the final third of the pitch, something they were clearly lacking and is proving to be a real hit with the staff and the fans.
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