Maguire has revealed he's been speaking with Infantino over changes to the game and how the players feel about them.
"We spoke over emails," he said.
"It's great that he [Infantino] got in touch with me, and it's something I appreciate.
“He is a highly respected man, and obviously someone I respect. It's really nice for him to get in touch and speak to me about ways that we can develop football.
"First and foremost, I respect whatever he has to say to me. He's the boss, he's the one who tells me or explains what's going on.
“But obviously, if he asks me a question, I'd answer with my honest opinion. My opinion is obviously one of a million peoples' opinion, but if I could have got tiny, tiny input, then that would be important."
Speaking with ESPN, Maguire also has hinted he feels the Glazers and other owners need to communicate with fans better, having previously left them all in the dark.
"I think it's really important that footballers have a voice in the football," Maguire said.
"It's really important that fans have a voice in football and owners, too.
“We're all in this together, we all love the sport, we all have great passion for the sport and it's important that everyone has a voice.
"I think playing for Manchester United, you have a big profile whether you are captain or not.
“Obviously I'm the captain of the club and I'm really proud of that, but there are all the big players and other big voices in football who I'm sure will have a big input."