Dutch-born winger who is the son of former Huddersfield Town star Dean Gorre.
After joining United back in 2002 as a schoolboy, he has impressed with his work on the flanks and become a part of Paul McGuinness' squad for the 2011/2012 season.
Clearly a talented individual, he is able to work his magic on either flank and likes to run at defenders. A brilliant strike against Wolves in February opened his account for the Reds at Under-18 level and emerged as a contender for MUTV's Goal of the Month competition.
All in all, he made nearly as many substitute appearances
(seven) as starts (eight) but he will look to pin down a starting spot in the 2012/2013 term.
A brief outing in the Reserves towards the end of the season showed he is held in high regard.