Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has insisted he has no regrets about taking the job instead of waiting to be considered as Pep Guardiola’s replacement at Manchester City.
Guardiola, who worked with Ten Hag at Bayern Munich, said earlier this year that the Dutchman “could be the one” to succeed him at the Etihad.
The two men will face each other in the Manchester Derby this Sunday.
And ahead of the game, Ten Hag says he is happy with his decision to leave Ajax for United in the summer.
“That’s a nice compliment. But I was 100 per cent convinced to choose Man United, with everything in it. I didn’t regret it for one second.
“I admire Pep Guardiola a lot because he is not only successful, he is doing it in a certain way that really attracts people to football – that is really a reward,” Ten Hag said.