The Portuguese teenager, who arrived at Old Trafford in July in a £19 million deal ($25m), is yet to play a game for the Red Devils but has travelled with the squad to the USA for their International Champions Cup campaign.
And the 19-year-old, who has only made eight senior appearances to date, is enjoying the experience so far, despite mixed fortunes for United in pre-season.
"It’s amazing. The team-mates have received me very well and I’m so thankful for that," Dalot told MUTV. "It’s very good to be here. It’s a first experience for me, but I am ready for it.
"I am trying to recover well [from my injury]. Hopefully I’m ready to know them better. They are a great team."
Dalot, who won the European Under-17 Championship with Portugal in 2016, has enjoyed a meteoric rise in reputation over the past two years, and is hopeful of replicating that level of personal success at United over the coming months.
"I hope to be a better player and a better man, to grow up and win," he added. "I just want to help the club and my team-mates.
"Hopefully in 12 months, [I can] get better things like I have in the past."
"It’s going to be a tough game," he noted. "They have great players for sure but we’ll be ready for them. We are preparing and we will hope we can finish the tour with a win."