Mourinho said: "Scott is playing very well".
"It is about making a career". You can't live like you have had a big career before you have even had a career. "He's a shining example to kids looking up to how you can be within yourself and how you are coping, your body language".
"I think it is quite refreshing to look at Scott and see how he deals with it", Carrick is quoted as saying by the Daily Telegraph.
"It is quite refreshing to look at Scott and see how he deals with it".
"Oli was supposed to go on loan to Barnsley away back, it didn't happen, but it is great that he got the chance to go and he has taken the opportunity he has been given". "He goes about his business, he comes in, he is always in doing extra training, he's desperate to do well and he's always looking for those little things to improve on".
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"It is a real motivation for all the players to continue their progression".
"We keep producing them as a club and that is incredible in this day and age when there is so much scrutiny and money and people are clamouring to sign this player and that player", he said. He has played in some huge games already this season. "They have to now show they can live with other global teams, improve their game and see if they can raise the bar to the highest level they can possibly go". He has been pretty much an ever-present since then, credit to him.
Carrick confirmed yesterday he would retire at the end of the season - and was glowing in his praise of McTominay.
The Red Devils moved up into second place in the Premier League table on Saturday thanks to their impressive 2-1 win over Liverpool FC at Old Trafford last weekend. Sevilla will be a tough match but, if we play like we can do, we have a great chance.
"Myself and Alex Rae worked with a lot of young players and enhanced their game and helped them to be ready for the big, bad world of football".