Reds' fluid, attacking wing play, even if he did not score any goals himself in a glorious season.
After signing a four-year contract extension in June 2008 to keep him at the club until the summer of 2012, he carried his fine form into the 2008/09 campaign, playing his part in helping the Reds break the Premier League clean sheet record, as well as collecting his third winners' medal.
While Wayne Rooney’s goalscoring exploits deservedly earned him the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award, Evra was an impressive performer throughout 2009/10 and deservedly received an honourable mention
from Sir Alex at the end of the campaign in which he started all but one of United's 38 league games. Patrice was named in the PFA Team of the Year and he capped a memorable campaign by skippering the Reds to Carling Cup glory in February 2010.
He was a near-ever-present in 2010/11, too, playing in 35 games in United's triumphant league campaign, scoring once. Midway through the season, the left-back signed a contract extension to keep him at Old Trafford until at least the end of the 2013/14 campaign.
United started the following season with victory over Manchester City in the Community Shield, but Patrice could