Sancho is ready to carry that momentum into the Premier League, starting with Saturday's tie at Leicester City, claims Shaw.
“The most important thing for him that he gained out of that game [against Andorra] was probably confidence," Shaw told United's website.
“I think it's not been easy for him at the start here. It normally never is, but in games like that against opposition like that it's sort of a good game to be involved in, of course, to get minutes, but [also] to build your confidence back up.
“I can definitely see that in Jadon. I've been with him at England camp and he looked happy, he looked positive after that game.
“He's kept that attitude when he's come back here and he's looking happy and ready to go again. He's looking sharp and he's always looked sharp. I can see in his eyes he's ready."
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