Manchester United are ‘on an upward development’, insists new U21 player-coach Tom Huddlestone as he says younger gamers really feel ‘demanding’ Erik ten Hag is strictly what the membership wants
- Tom Huddlestone is becoming a member of Manchester United as player-coach for the U21 facet
- The 35-year-old midfielder had been enjoying at Hull earlier than leaving this summer season
- United hope to make use of his huge expertise to mentor their promising kids
- He says he has felt a sense of positivity across the membership in his first few days
New Manchester United U21 play-coach Tom Huddlestone believes issues are trying up at Old Trafford following final season’s desperately disappointing marketing campaign.
The 35-year previous midfielder had been enjoying at Hull City up till the tip of final season and can now use his huge expertise to assist mentor United’s kids as they give the impression of being to grow to be first-team gamers.
Having now spent a while with the youthful gamers, Huddlestone says there’s a feeling of optimism across the membership.
Tom Huddlestone (R) poses with head of participant growth and training Travis Binnio
‘I’ve solely been right here a day however listening to the suggestions from the youthful gamers which have been with the primary crew for pre-season – the supervisor’s going to be very demanding on and off the pitch,’ he advised talkSPORT.
‘And they’re saying it is most likely what the membership’s lacked within the final couple of seasons so everybody’s assured it is going to be a profitable 12 months.
‘Every membership within the nation moans about signings and that however I feel if you happen to have a look at the beginning XI he is set to work with they are often difficult.
‘Obviously Manchester City and Liverpool have been phenomenal for the previous six or seven years however Man United are on an upward development for certain.’
Ten Hag’s males start their marketing campaign after they entertain Brighton on Sunday.
Huddlestone says United’s younger gamers really feel Erik ten Hag is strictly what the membership wants