MARCEL SABITZER is open to a permanent Manchester United transfer after praising the good spirit in the squad.
The midfielder arrived on loan from Bayern Munich on deadline day.
He has only been at the club for less than two weeks but he is enjoying life under Erik ten Hag.
Sabitzer, 28, praised the manager's tactics as well as the atmosphere he has fostered in the dressing room.
The Austria international was thrown straight into the team following Casemiro's suspension but he revealed he is happy to play and did not rule out a permanent stay.
He said: "It's a loan at the moment, that's all I can say.
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"I like it here. I'm feeling very good here. I like the team, I like the club, the atmosphere in Old Trafford.
"We will see what happens in the summer.
"It's been a busy few days. I had to come in quickly but I enjoy it. I like it so far. The team welcome me very well. It was a bit of a cold start but I had to step in quickly because of the Casemiro suspension. I'm ready for that and happy playing.
"You can feel it. From the first moment on, I felt very good in the team – good spirit, good goals, we're a good team. It's fun.
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"The manager talking to me a lot, what he's expecting from me. I try to fulfil that. I'm feeling good with him and his tactics and I like it so far."
Sabitzer's deal did not include an obligation to buy but the Red Devils are believed to be eyeing a permanent transfer.
Ten Hag is also said to be hoping the prospect of a permanent move incentivises Sabitzer to perform to the highest level.
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