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Man Utd star Jadon Sancho reveals two key changes that have sparked return to form and helped justify £73m transfer fee

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JADON SANCHO admits he’s had to work harder and believe in himself more to turn his Manchester United fortunes around.

The £73million England winger is ‘delighted’ to finally match his Borussia Dortmund form midway through his first season at Old Trafford.

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Wideman Jadon Sancho has now discovered his Bundesliga form for Dortmund in the Premier League for Man Utd[/caption]

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England ace Jadon Sancho says hard graft and growing self-confidence have transformed his fortunes at Old Trafford[/caption]

The summer buy, 21, is now a key man under interim boss Ralf Rangnick, with much-improved stats too.

And asked how he has become an electrifying regular, he told United’s website: “I guess that’s because I’ve been working a lot harder and believing in myself a lot more and just trying to make things happen. 

“I’m just happy that my team-mates are believing in me and giving me support, especially when I go one-v-one.

“And hearing the fans when they cheer me on and are telling me to get at my opponent… I’m delighted with my performances.”   

The 23-cap star claims United are powerful enough to win the Champions League this season.

But ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash at home to second-bottom Watford, Sancho revealed his priority is just to hold onto a top-four spot.

Rangnick has ruled out catching the top three sides, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

And questioned on his targets, Sancho said: “Definitely getting a Champions League spot for next season, 100 per cent we need that.”


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But the ex-Watford schoolboy added: “I feel like we have a strong enough squad to win the Champions League, I really believe that. 

“But we all have to work for each other and for us to even get close to the final we have to go game-by-game.

“It’s going to be a tough challenge, but I feel like with the players we have and the experience we have then it’s definitely doable.”

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