The midfielder celebrates every goal as if fans are present in stadiums.
However, he concedes that playing without supporters can get difficult.
Bruno Fernandes told the official Manchester United website: “When you score, you want to celebrate.
“Some players when they score they don’t have that feeling to celebrate because there is nobody there and we have to make our own way to celebrate and make the atmosphere happy when we score as if the fans were there.
“One of the things the fans told me when we started to play behind closed doors is that when we score you need to celebrate like we are there with you.
“I’m trying to do that, sometimes it’s difficult because you are not in the mood and maybe you don’t feel it, but I’m trying to do it like they are there or if they are at home then they are feeling that I’m happy and I am with them.”
The midfielder feels ‘a little bit disappointed’ about having to play games at Old Trafford without the iconic home crowd.
Regardless, Fernandes has become a crucial player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Portuguese has already scored 13 goals in the Premier League this season.