Wayne Rooney admits he will miss playing alongside Paul Scholes.
The midfielder has decided to hang up his boots and is rightly being lauded as one of the best footballers of his generation.
Rooney will have learned plenty from the 36-year-old and it's encouraging that Scholes is staying at Old Trafford in a coaching capacity to help pass on his experience to the promising midfielders coming through the ranks.
"He’ll be missed greatly," said Rooney. "I just heard the news this morning. We knew he’d make a decision but didn’t think it would be this quick. We’re all sad to see him stop playing. He’s been great for United and England and he’ll be missed by all of us.
"He hasn't started that many games of late and I'm sure that’s come into his head and he's made his decision.
"But he’ll be a big miss for us. He’s the best I’ve played with and against. He’s only small but it’s so difficult to get the ball off him. Every United fan will miss him."
Wayne was speaking to Talksport.