“I speak Spanish, so it is easy for me to communicate with him. He speaks good English as well. We always try to make a player feel comfortable, and he feels very comfortable here now. I think we will see the best of him.”
Sanchez’s inclusion makes the competition for a place stronger in attack, but United’s top scorer this season believes he will continue to lead the line.
Lukaku added: ”I work hard and do everything to make sure I am in the starting line-up.
“It is the manager’s choice [if I am picked], but he knows what I can do for the team – I score goals and give assists and I think in my short time here I have been important for the team.”
Lukaku and Sanchez are both expected to start at home to Huddersfield today (3pm), with the former Arsenal star set to make his Old Trafford debut for Manchester United.