We continue to focus on the main players in United's first Double-winning team of 1994, moving on to major summer signing Roy Keane...
Overall contribution It is fair to say the record British capture from Nottingham Forest lived up to expectations by soon becoming a key figure, despite the wealth of midfield talent available to Alex Ferguson. A successful penalty in the Charity Shield shoot-out versus Arsenal and first-half double on his home debut against Sheffield United soon endeared him to the United faithful, and he was a driving force, often over-running teams alongside Paul Ince in the engine room.
Best performance The display against Sheffield United is an obvious contender but another tour de force against Tottenham arguably came in a more important fixture. Although the side took some time to reach top gear, he fought for possession from the outset and, in the words of his manager, was "tremendous". A spectacular half-volley past Erik Thorstvedt capped a fine 90 minutes.
Key moment Hot on the heels of the European exit to Galatasaray, Manchester City were enjoying the derby thanks to two first-half goals by Niall Quinn. United battled back and most fans would probably have accepted a point, given the circumstances, until Denis Irwin crossed from the left and his fellow countryman arrived on cue at the far post to complete a remarkable turnaround.
What he said "I’m not really skilful in anything in particular. I’m more of a hard worker if anything. I’d like to think that my stamina is good. I can get up and