Former Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has described Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola the best manager in the world.
Retired Robben worked with Guardiola during their time at Bayern Munich and in an interview with SocratesMagazine, the Dutch legend said the Spaniard played the kind of a game that he admired.
"I love football and, above all, offensive football - Pep is a master at it. He focused on attack and total ball control. Of course, I particularly liked that. We were on the same wavelength.
"He made sure that I became more complete. For me, Pep is the best coach in the world. The three years with him in Munich were extremely instructive,” said Robben.
The duo spent time together at the Allianz Arena from 2013-2016, during which period the duo won seven trophies together.
Travelled Robben worked under some of the greatest managers in the game with the lot including the likes of Jose Mourinho (Chelsea) and Carlo Ancelotti (Bayern)
Robben had claimed earlier this year that he missed football and was contemplating coming out of retirement this coming after hanging his boots last season while at Bayern.
Robben played a total of 309 games in all competitions for Bayern, scoring 144 goals and providing a further 101 assists.