West Ham United manager David Moyes is looking forward to the opportunity of returning to the Manchester United the club he called the best in the world.
David Moyes had a short spell in charge of the club was appointed as manager in May 2013 fired in April 2014.
The 57-year-old now in charge of West Ham United will take his side to his former club Manchester United as they continue to push for survival.
And Moyes who is ready for clash didn’t hide the fact that his time at Manchester United was very short and that he wasn’t given enough chance.
“It’s a wonderful club and a brilliant place to be, and the biggest club in the world, for me,” Moyes told reporters in his pre-match news conference.
“It’s always a special place to go and I’m looking forward to going back.
“Ole had a difficult start, but the difference between Ole and me is that he’s being given time.
“He’s bringing players in from the academy, which Manchester United has always stood for. They’ve got some really exciting young players of their own now.”
The clash between the two sides at Old Trafford would be played on Wednesday by 6 pm.