Manchester United playmaker, Juan Mata says his club boss, Jose Mourinho, has changed in his approach to management.
The Portuguese tactician who in recent weeks has succeeded in reintroducing exciting, attacking football at OId Trafford, leading the team to nine straight wins in their last competitions after a rough patch.
Mata, a former Chelsea player under Mourinho told The independent UK, “he has changed.
“It is a different environment; it is a different club and squad. This club has always known that they play one kind of football which is about attacking and creating chances. We are doing that and he is happy with the performances.
“Everyone can see the players are playing with more confidence. He is the same person, with almost the same staff but what has changed is the environment.”
At the second spell of Mourinho at Chelsea, Mata found himself frozen out of the Blues squad despite winning back-to-back club player of the year awards.
The two have put the past behind them and the Spaniard is happy with recent results and the feel around the club.
He added, “It is nine wins is a row now and in terms of results, it’s the best I have known at Manchester United.”