Former Manchester United defender is back at the club not only for his coaching badges but to have a bigger effect than that on the current players according to the player.
Speaking to Manchester Evening News, Evra said: “I’m just here because it’s my home and I’m completing my coaching badges and what better place to do it than at home.
“I’ve come to support the women and to make sure all players know that when you wear that shirt you have to understand you carry history on your back, I’m here to make sure people understand what it means to play for this club.”
The Frenchman has been spotted more and more at the club’s training group as a coach working with the younger age groups but also mixing amongst the senior players with rumours earlier saying that he was being lined up for the club’s technical director role.
Evra was known for being extremely passionate for United during his playing time and that hasn’t changed after his retirement.
The player was the one tasked with handing winger Daniel James with his club’s player of the month award and said then that he was pleased by the passion exhibited by the former Swansea man while celebrating his opening goal for the club against Chelsea.