Manchester United winger Daniel James sets the standard for the team with his high work rate in training and the new signing has already earned the admiration of his team mates, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said.
Wales international James joined United in the close season from Swansea City and the 21-year-old marked his debut with a goal after coming on as a substitute in their Premier League opener against Chelsea last weekend.
It was a dream start to life at Old Trafford for James, who lost his father shortly before his transfer, and Solskjaer hailed the youngster's dedication after a difficult period.
"Since Daniel came in, he's proved to everyone that he's the type of player we want. He's so hard-working. I think he set the standard straight away," Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
"On his first day, he made a recovery run that was a 50-yard run. He won the ball, played it out to a team mate, ran forward, had a chance blocked, won it back and within 10 seconds scored.