Although he has been used more prominently over recent games, Martial found himself limited to a fringe role under Jose Mourinho at the start of the season as he struggled to rediscover the form from his breakthrough campaign at Old Trafford.
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That prompted talk of the Frenchman joining Sevilla on loan during the January transfer window.
But Martial insists he feels at home at Old Trafford, particularly with the support he receives from the club’s fans.
“For me, what’s really special here is the supporters. They’ve been really outstanding with me,” he told Inside United magazine.
“I think that’s what goes a long way to making me feel at home and at ease, and makes me really keen to stay here at the club.
“In France, even if you’re one of the best players around, they might begin to boo and jeer you if you go a couple of games without scoring.
“But here it’s just the opposite, they’ll try to cheer you on so you might be able to score, and so then you grow in confidence.
“I think it’s just a different mentality. That’s why I like the fans here so much.”
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