Manchester United's caretaker coach Michael Carrick has said something interesting to watch out for: He has his own ideas with the Red Devils.
As was seen on Tuesday night, the former Man United midfielder is in charge of the team. Carrick, in a stylishly-fitted black suit, led United to a 2-0 win over Villarreal in the UEFA Champions League.
So the question has been about what the Englishman can do differently to what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer delivered?
“I worked closely with Ole and we do have very similar beliefs - we did as players and we certainly do as coaches,” Carrick said as quoted by the Mirror.
“Of course I've got my own personality to Ole but we're very similar and that's why we worked together for so long.
“I'm not giving too much away about what my plans are but I'm very clear in my own mind about how we want to play and I'm looking forward to seeing that on the pitch,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, Carrick will face one of the biggest tests of his entire career when United visit the European champions Chelsea in West London this weekend.