Bruno Fernandes believes there is more to come from his fledgling midfield partnership with Paul Pogba at Manchester United.
Fernandes made an instant impact at Old Trafford after joining from Sporting CP in January and his effort from the penalty spot in Friday's 1-1 draw at Tottenham was his third goal in six Premier League appearances.
Pogba won the penalty and his introduction from the bench after the hour mark injected United with fresh impetus.
It was the France international's first outing since Boxing Day in a season ruined by foot injuries, but Fernandes is hopeful their understanding will grow in tandem under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"When we were training in groups I was in the group with Paul, so to find the connection is easier," he told Sky Sports.
"But I found a good connection with everyone and the most important thing is the team.
"I think Paul thinks the same [as me] and we are happy. Paul won the penalty, I kicked it. The most important thing is the team. It doesn't matter who scores, or the assist, or anything.
"As a team we need to look for the Champions League. We need to try to be close to try to catch the guys who are in front.
"Unfortunately we are [only] one point closer, but they need to play. We'll see."
United are fifth in the table but will fall five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with nine matches remaining if Frank Lampard's side are able to beat relegation-threatened Aston Villa on Sunday.