“I was pleased with the way we played after making five changes,”


“People like Quinn, Boyd and Koren reminded us of how good they are. Fryatt was the big plus point – scoring a goal like that will have him in really confident mood.


“I used the game to give people match time ahead of the biggest game in the club’s history in ten days’ time.


“Maynor Figueroa was back to somewhere near and in the first half I thought we were excellent defensively. They never really had a chance apart from the goal, which was horrible from our point of view because the one thing you think you can do when you go to Old Trafford is defend set-pieces.


“Eldin Jakupovic has come in for a start and I thought he did well too.


“Overall I was pleased. David De Gea pulled off a wonderful save to stop it becoming 2-2 and there looked to be a blatant foul on George Boyd in the build up to the second goal.”