Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha has insisted that he has settled in well at the club, thanks to its "family" atmosphere.
Zaha, who joined United from Crystal Palace in January, said that everyone at the club has tried to make him feel welcome, and that he is enjoying his time on tour this summer.
"Everyone's so nice and they make you feel comfortable," he told United's official website. "I was so nervous when I came in, but I was made to feel at home straight away.
"On my first day at the club there were about 100 people I needed to meet. I was going around shaking people's hands and thinking 'I'm never going to remember these names!'. But it is like a family here.
"All the people at the club are chilled out and this tour is giving me the chance to get to know everyone. I'm enjoying it."
Zaha netted United's equaliser in Friday's 2-2 draw with Cerezo Osaka.