Former United player, Jonny Evans says United record goalscorer, Wayne Rooney still has a lot left to offer in his career.
The Manchester United captain scored his 250th goal on Saturday, edging him ahead of Sir Bobby Charlton in his 13th season at the club. He joined United as a teenager in 2004.
The Northern Ireland international, who left United for West Brom in 2015, told the club’s official website: “It is not only the time that he has played for Manchester United, but you must also consider he has played in the majority of the games every single season and at the intensity that he plays the game.
“It is just incredible the way he has done it. He has still got plenty more years in the tank as well, he is still scoring goals for Manchester United and I think he will get quite a few more before the season is over.”
He added: “I was at his debut when he scored those goals as well, as a youth player in the stands and as a fan.
“That was just mind-blowing to see what he did on his debut. I even remember he had to cut his shirt because it was too tight around his neck!
“He was a man before his time and what he did that night was special. It laid the foundations for him going forward to become a Manchester United legend.”