Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, believes he simply did not play freely under Jose Mourinho.
The England forward has had a fine season of 20 goals and 15 assists in 53, which is a different world to his 28 goals in 128 games under Mourinho.
Asked to share what is going right under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Rashford confirmed enjoying freedom and flexibility.
"I think that's when we play our best football [when we can be flexible],” Rashford said to BT Sport, via Goal.
"Under Jose I would say everything was a bit (points) 'you play there, you play there, you play there'.
"And yeah, you can do a job, but it was difficult for me to play my best football,” the 23-year-old concluded.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils next take on Leicester City at Old Trafford.