Scott McTominay insists the arrivals of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo have gone down well among the rest of the Manchester United squad.
Both joined the club at the end of the January transfer window with varied reaction from fans at Old Trafford.
Negotiations with Sporting Lisbon for Fernandes was the longest saga of the transfer window but the midfielder finally arrived for £46.6m.
Ighalo came as a massive surprise to many, however, with the Nigeria international joining on loan from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Greenland Shenhua on deadline day.
Fernandes made his debut for United at the weekend during their goalless draw against Wolves while Nigerian forward Ighalo was not registered in time for the match.
The duo are expected to travel with the rest of the United squad on a warm weather training camp at the end of the week as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side utilise the inaugural Premier League winter break to build their fitness.
Both could then feature when the Red Devils travel to Chelsea in the Premier League on February 17.
Speaking about the two additions, Scotland international McTominay insists they are settling in well so far.
"They're really, really nice guys," McTominay told Sky Sports .
"First and foremost they are good people and that's what we need at this football club. We need good friends, who you can go out to dinner with.
"What they bring onto the football pitch - we've seen that. Hopefully they can bring a lot for us. First impressions are very good."
Meanwhile, McTominay claims he is ‘feeling good’ as he continues his rehab from a knee injury, but he won't be taking any shortcuts in a bid to return to action.
The midfielder hasn't featured since picking up an injury in the 4-1 win against Newcastle United on Boxing Day.
Quizzed on his current injury, McTominay added: "I'm feeling good. I'm doing my best to be back on the pitch as soon as I possibly can.
“The gym work is tough, the running outside is tough. You just have to do your best."