Reserves boss Warren Joyce has committed his future to Manchester United amid speculation linking him to the manager's position at Championship side Hull City.
Joyce, who previously spent two years in the Hull hot-seat between 1998 and 2000, was heavily tipped to take over at the KC Stadium when Nigel Pearson left for Leicester City last week. Since then, Joyce has consistently traded as odds-on favourite with the bookies to return to the East Yorkshire club, although Nicky Barmby was unveiled as Tigers caretaker manager earlier today (Thursday 17 November).
Joyce has since told United's official media outlets that he will remain at United in his capacity as Reserve-team manager. Warren's record as Reserves boss reads (prior to Thursday night's match against Wigan Athletic): Played 27, Won 17, Drawn 6, Lost 3.