The Manchester United manager believes that the Spaniard did a great job in the Red Devils win against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Manchester United defeated Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1 thanks to a penalty goal by Paul Pogba and another goal by Marcus Rashford.
But according to Red Devils’ manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the best player of the game was Ander Herrera.
“Ander is a midfielder who is a bit different to Paul [Pogba] and to Nemanja [Matic] with their physical attributes,” he told the official website.
“He runs and runs. He runs with the ball and plays it simple.”
“He also makes some good runs into the box, although we let Paul do more of that job and Ashley [Young] maybe from the right-hand side, but I’ll never stop him making runs into the box and, hopefully, he’ll continue making them as he does,” he explained.
“I’ve always enjoyed watching Ander.”
“When we signed him from Athletic Bilbao, he did really well against us for them as well [in the Europa League] and he caught my eye back then,” Solskjaer concluded.