It’s safe to say that Daniel James has certainly made the impact he would have first hoped for with Manchester United.
The Welshman has scored three goals in his opening four league appearances for the Red Devils, and will be a player full of confidence heading into the international set of fixtures.
James’ former Swansea team-mate Joe Rodon has issued his thoughts (quotes sourced from BBC Sport) on the pacy winger, who has been hugely impressive in his first spell in the top-flight.
“DJ hasn’t got a bad bone in his body. He’s a brilliant kid and a close friend of mine.
“Manchester United is a massive club and for him to go there and do what he has done is a credit to him and all of the development over the years. Hopefully he can continue at a high level.”
Rodon could be in line to feature alongside James for Wales over the international break, and he’ll be hoping that he can grasp the opportunity with both hands if he is presented with a start for Ryan Giggs’ side.
Wales take on Azerbaijan in their Euro 2020 qualifier on Friday, before facing Belarus in an international friendly.
I think James can make it to the very top.
He’s picked up where he left off in terms of his form, and if he can build on that momentum, then I see no reason as to why he can’t go on to be a key player for Manchester United for years to come.
James is destined for great things, and his impressive showings this season will hopefully lead to the winger becoming a regular for the Red Devils.