Young: United the biggest
The winger is already excelling in his new surroundings, emphasising why Sir Alex Ferguson was prepared to splash out £18million to snare the 26-year-old from Aston Villa.
But, ahead of England's friendly with World Cup runners-up Holland, Young has claimed it is not so odd for a Gunners fan to find himself wearing the red of an altogether different set of trophy contenders, saying: "Ian Wright was my hero. But even then, if you asked most kids which team they would like to play for, quite a lot would say Manchester United."
He added: "People judge me differently because I am at the biggest club in the world.
"I could tell the difference as soon as I got there.
"I wanted to go a club where I could win titles and medals and play in the biggest competitions. I have a chance to do that now."
And Young knows he is not on his own.
England Under-21 star Phil Jones also joined United this summer, along with young goalkeeper David de Gea.
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