In an interview, the interviewer may try to determine whether the job candidate is a fit for the team that's currently in place. According to Dr. John Sullivan on ERE.net, there is "little evidence that untrained managers can accurately assess "fit" in 60 minutes."
Depending on how the interview is going, you might consider asking the manager to describe the current team. What makes them work well together? What characteristics do team members have in common? What would the manager do to get the team through a tough project?
The answers may provide information about how the manager interacts with the team. You might learn a lot about the manager who talks about the team but uses the word "I" instead of "we" or even "they" when referring to the team.
This question also may provide for you an opportunity to address characteristics you possess that may make you a good "fit" for the team. But don't press it too hard. Listen and learn and if the opportunity presents itself, show yourself to advantage through the course of the conversation.