Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has given his views on a number of issues regarding the club.
Speaking at the launch of his autobiography, Paul Scholes: My Story, the 36-year old gave insights into players who he thinks are future United stars in the making.
Picking out Paul Pogba, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Will Keane as the ones to watch, Scholes said: "Three excellent players who you'd hope will get a chance in the first team.
"Tunnicliffe's gone down to Peterborough [on loan] and has done OK down there. Pogba has got amazing talent. He's such a big lad for his age. The physique he's got is unbelievable.
"I think Will Keane has the capability to be a top-class centre-forward. He's one of the lads I've been working with. He was always someone I liked when I was watching the youth teams.