Paul Scholes hailed Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for his function in reworking Anthony Martial.
The French striker bagged the successful objective in United’s 2-1 win over LASK on Thursday night time to maneuver onto 23 targets for the season in all competitions.
Scholes believes Solskjaer deserves credit score for reworking Martial right into a striker who’s so hungry to attain targets.
“He’s been terrific this season, most likely one of many gamers of the season for Manchester United and tonight was no totally different,” Scholes advised BT Sport.
“I’ve been actually impressed with Martial, I do know he’s not everybody’s cup of tea however I actually like him and I feel he’s been sensible this season. Hopefully there’s much more to come back from him, not solely within the subsequent two weeks but additionally subsequent season as effectively.
“I feel when Ole first got here in, I don’t suppose Martial was hungry sufficient for targets. I don’t suppose he lived on targets, even in coaching possibly he wasn’t doing his ending and doing his practising.
“I feel Ole has actually put that into him as a result of he is aware of what he’s able to. He’s fast, he’s skilful, he can fly previous folks, he’s very troublesome to play towards however he’s added to his ending and his goalscoring.
“There isn’t a doubt that this season he has actually executed that and there was a bit nod to Ole after the objective to indicate that.”