Fred has been playing for Manchester United since his transfer from Shakhtar Donetsk last summer.
Currently, the Red Devils are seven points behind Manchester City, Chelsea, and Liverpool and have won four opening games out of their eight Premier League games.
Fred made five appearances out of the eight matches and “opened his account in the 1-1 draw with Wolves”.
The loss of Manchester United during the start of the season caused an increasing pressure to manager Jose Mourinho, however, Fred believes that pressure will always be present in the Premier League.
“Manchester United is a huge team, so, if results are not coming, people and the press will wonder why, for sure,” Fred said.
“They’ll think something is wrong, so that’s normal, that’s a pressure you have anywhere, in a company, if results don’t show up.
“And Man United is not different, with such the quality and importance they have.
“Of course, it’s always good to wear the national squad shirt and in the meantime, when we’re here, we try to forget a bit about there and try to focus only on here.
“I’m very happy in this new life I’m having, at this new club, adapting. That’s a bit different for me but very nice.
“They help me a lot to adapt and in everything, to learn English. This is very important for me.
“The championship is very different from the one I was playing before, so I’m trying to adapt as fast as I can, watch the players when they’re training, the way they work, the positions they have.”
Manchester United’s recent win against Newcastle last weekend was believed to have saved Jose Mourinho’s job.
However, this does not guarantee that the manager will not be axed if United does not show improvements.
As stated by The Sun, Mourinho, and Red Devils executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will meet in London within 2 days which is goaled to clear the air.