“When he went to United, I think Fergie used to call him a little fizz pot, little wingers that looked lively but nothing ever game of it.
“That’s what happened when he first went to United, he was a flying winger and nothing ever came of it.
“So Roy Keane got hold of him, Gary Neville, look this is what you want to do, want some end product, stop all the flashiness, get the end product and then you’ll become a player.
“He’s learnt that over the years and he’s trying to pass that on now to the younger lads at Man United.
“It’s just the way of the world at the moment. All the YouTube, the flicks and tricks, it ain’t about that.”