Wout Weghorst joined Manchester United on loan from Burnley this month and scored his first goal for the Red Devils in the 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night.
Weghorst was signed as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, who had his own deal terminated in early December.
Manchester United defender Lisandro Martinez has revealed Weghorst has already impressed his new team-mates in training with his work ethic and quality.
“As a striker, he lives for the goals and I’m happy for him because he’s training very well as well,” Martinez told MUTV.
“We need that confidence and I’m happy he scored today. Now we have to work for the next game – it’s not done yet.”
Martinez also praised his centre-back partnership with Victor Lindelof against Nottingham Forest.
“I think we showed many good things, but still, we have a lot to improve. It’s a good result, I think we controlled the game today. In training, we [Lindelof] work with each other and I think we’re doing a really good job,” said Martinez.
“That’s the most important thing when you need a player, we have to be there, we have to be ready and Victor did very well. I think everyone is training hard, you can see now, the last two games were unlucky, we did an amazing job, but we have to keep going.”