Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka to return back to form after struggling in our win against Brighton.
The United right-back was badly exposed and looked rusty in his first Premier League appearance this season.
The Norwegian wants massive improvement from the defence in set-pieces and crosses into the box.
When asked about whether he was worried by Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s struggles against Brighton & Hove Albion, Solskjaer told MUTV: “We don’t stop enough crosses down that left-hand side and we allow too many crosses in. It’s also down to the team shape and the sharpness. For me, we need to work more from the sides, to stop crosses.
“He’s [Wan-Bissaka] practicing defending back stick. He’s a joy to work with, he wants to learn. He’ll improve. Of course, the chance towards the end there, he’ll also need help from other players.
“Every player in this league has strengths and weaknesses. We all know Aaron’s [Wan-Bissaka] strengths, but one of his strengths is he wants to learn and wants to improve.”