Wan-Bissaka excelled at Palace but moving to Old Trafford is never easy.
The Englishman made a point of staying true to his style of play.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Aaron Wan-Bissaka said: “There is always pressure for every player who moves clubs when it comes to what a new club expects and how you settle in. But with this club it all came in one, I knew there was pressure.
“As a kid all you can do at a club like this is play week in, week out. The main thing was to play without fear and be myself, and the rest would be blocked out. That’s why I came to this club.
“This club is capable of helping me with that. I want to become a better player every year. At the end of the season I look back and see if it’s better than the previous season, and the season before that.”
Wan-Bissaka moved to Manchester United from Crystal Palace in the summer of 2019 for a fee of £45 million, instantly establishing himself as an uncontested first-choice right-back at Old Trafford.
The Englishman has featured in 21 Premier League games for the Red Devils so far this season, scoring 2 goals as he continues working in improving the attacking side of his game.