Former England number one Woods replaced Eric Steele in the backroom shake-up that accompanied manager David Moyes' arrival as Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement.
And while Steele has been credited with coaxing the dramatic improvement from David de Gea, Lindegaard is delighted with the work Woods has been doing as well.
"It is very different with Chris compared to what we are used to," said Lindegaard, after featuring in Friday's 2-2 draw with J League outfit Cerezo Osaka. "All I can say is that I have had a very good impression of him.
"I don't want to go into details but everything is different.
"It has been a very good experience because he has done a brilliant job.
"He slid into his new role in Manchester really well. I am enjoying working with him."