Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has aimed a dig at former Manchester United bosses Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick.
According to Shaw, Manchester United will have a clear structure to play in for the ‘first time in a while’ next season under Erik ten Hag.
Shaw claims Manchester United lacked a defined structure under previous managers Solskjaer and Rangnick.
“It’s clear that he’s a top, top manager. He has a structure to play the way he wants us to play,” said Shaw.
“We haven’t had that for quite a while, and it was clear to see last season, which was extremely disappointing
“We have to bounce back [from last season] and he has been working us extremely hard, but I think we need it.
“We’re really looking forward to this season because I know it’s going to be much better than the last one.”
Shaw has made 213 appearances for the Red Devils since arriving at Old Trafford from Southampton in 2014.
Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag has revealed the commitment of Manchester United fans have motivated him to bring the ‘good times’ back to Manchester United.
The Manchester United boss has vowed to implement a ‘proactive’ style of football during his time at the club.
Ten Hag said: “I do feel they are really committed to this club, waiting for good times and they are really supportive of Manchester United. It’s good to see that and it motivates me even more.”
He added: “We want to play a proactive style of football – on the ball and off the ball. That is, trying to do that has to be our intentions and it’s now, firstly, the coaches bring it over to the team that we are, in every situation, proactive.
“We are brave and willing to have the ball, to give each other options. But also off the ball, to get the pressing style is what we’re working for together.”