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Left-back who joined the club in time to become part of the Under-18s squad for the 2018/19 season.
Formerly with Wolves and Manchester City, he already has UEFA Youth League experience in Europe from his time with the Blues. He will add to the competition to places at the back and is capable of getting forward to good effect.
"Brighton always battle in every game and have a very organised team. We have to respect them but, if we can win today, we'll be in a better position to win our next match. That's our focus."
"Brighton have a really good team including two really good central defenders in Duffy and Dunk. They played well against Liverpool last weekend, so it's going to be tough for us."
"I want to get into their heads and how they are thinking because that’s the only thing they can control really – how they approach different situations. The thought process should be done in training, then naturally you will do it in games."
“Mick is absolutely brilliant. His experience, his knowledge, his personality in and around the place. Mick’s tough, but he’s kind. He’s got everything that I would want in an assistant.”
"When you are 21, playing for Man United, scoring the goals he does, of course you're going to be confident. He has the right to be confident because he's playing at the top of his game at the moment."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will face the media on Friday morning ahead of our match against Brighton. Follow his press conference in your United Now timeline from 09:00 GMT.
"It is kind of strange. I still walk around these corridors and feel like I’m still a young 17-year-old kid who just came to the club."