Manchester United are loving life under Erik ten Hag after winning five of their opening eight games in all competitions.
The Red Devils boss made several changes to his starting XI after suffering two consecutive defeats in their opening Premier League games.
Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw were dropped to the bench for Raphael Varane and Tyrell Malacia, a decision that has seen United concede just twice when both replacements have started.
Ten Hag’s style of play is different to that of previous managers Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with Bruno Fernandes believing the changes the former has brought to Old Trafford are good for the club.
Speaking to The Athletic, Fernandes said: "First of all, he [Ten Hag] has an idea. He has a style.
“You have to follow his rules. He is strict on that. And I like that.
“He has brought discipline, which is something I think we missed in the past.
“Everyone must be on the same page."
Ten Hag overhauled United’s squad this summer by spending a substantial amount on Lisandro Martinez, Casemiro, Antony and Malacia, while ChrIstian Eriksen joined on a free transfer and Martin Dubravka sealed a season-long loan move.
A number of first team players from last campaign also departed the club this summer, including Paul Pogba and long-serving midfielder Jesse Lingard.
Ten Hag will be looking to continue the Red Devils’ form when the Premier League returns early next month.
United will travel to the Etihad Stadium to take on cross-town rivals Manchester City after the international break on October 2.