The summer signing from Swansea, 21, has scored three goals in four games for United.
And he's clearly a loved character in his national team.
Defender Joe Rodon said: "DJ hasn't got a bad bone in his body.
"He's a brilliant kid, a close friend and is in great form.
"United are a massive club and for him to go there and do that is a credit to him. Hopefully he can continue to perform at a high level.
"DJ's a very talented and quick player — growing up with him in the academy, you didn't want to go one-to-one against him."
And midfielder Tom Lawrence added: "As a youngster you've got to work hard and never get too ahead of yourself, then your opportunities will come.
"Dan has a great background so he'll be fine. I had no doubts that when he got that move, he'd shine at United.
"He's a great lad who is willing to learn."
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