"Wazza is a class player and wherever he is playing on the pitch he can make a massive impact. When he is on that pitch, he can make a difference. It can be quite frustrating at times for anyone playing out of position but that's football and you've just got to deal with it. It's not up to you who picks the team. At the end of the day, it's the manager's decision and you've got to respect that and go into it giving it 100 per cent and give it your best shot."


“Wayne's experienced. He can handle pretty much any situation. He's been through a lot in his career. You say he's playing out of position but he's played there plenty of times for Manchester United as well and not just in the Premier League, in the Champions League semi-final and final. He's accustomed to that position and can play it well."