Scott McTominay has thanked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his development and the security of his future at Manchester United.
The youngster broke into the first team under former boss Jose Mourinho, one of the rare players to do so. However, under Ole, due to several key injuries, he has played an integral part in the team so far.
“There have been times when it’s been so, so tough, you’re playing out of position and you’re not quite sure exactly how you’re perceived and what your role is going forward,” McTominay told Sky Sports News.
“But now having played a run of games under Ole it’s been much better. We’ve had some amazing nights and big games as well. I just want to keep learning.”
Solskjaer’s impact has left United’s players “playing with a smile on your face and enjoying football”, according to McTominay, and he believes there has been a similar response in Scotland’s camp to McLeish’s arrival.
“Everyone’s got that family bond and wants to do well for each other,” he added.
McTominay is an United academy product and knows the game played in the Old Trafford style.