The 19-year-old made his full league debut in the Red Devils’ 2-0 defeat to Arsenal at the beginning of May and has featured in three games since.
He filled in as Jose Mourinho suffered a defensive injury crisis at the club, but proved he is a worthy alternative to the current batch of first team players.
Tuanzebe is primarily a centre-back, but says he’s prepared to play wherever his manager puts him to ensure as many minutes on the pitch as possible.
“I can play in any of the positions I’m asked to play in,” the teenager told mutv.com.
“For the time being, it’s a case of kind of developing and, once you become a regular, you have a fixed position which you progress in for the rest of your career.
“For now, if I’m told to do a job, I just do it.”
The Congolese-born England under-20s star was recently recognised at Man United’s awards night, winning the Denzil Haroun Reserve Team Player of the Year.
Reflecting on the second half of his breakthrough season, Tuanzebe said: “I’d say it’s been excellent.
“I’ve been getting the minutes I’ve been waiting for and thanks to the manager for the opportunity. Receiving the award was another bonus to it, so it’s been good.”