Manchester United's interim boss Ryan Giggs says James Wilson and Tom Lawrence made him proud after both shone in the club's 3-1 victory over Hull at Old Trafford.
Wilson scored two goals to mark a sensational debut, while Lawrence played 70 minutes before being replaced by Giggs himself.
Speaking to the media afterwards, Giggs admitted he was "a bit flat" after United's loss to Sunderland at the weekend and said he brought in two of his young players to "freshen things up."
To watch footage of the post-match press conference, click below.
Giggs' playing career is almost certain to be over, after 672 games, 114 goals and 13 league titles for United. He will go down as one of the club's greatest-ever servants, and arguably the most gifted British footballer since George Best.
Speculation continues to surround Giggs' managerial future, although he refused to be drawn on the speculation when quizzed after the match last night.
Giggs has won two of his three games in charge of United, however two of those matches have been at home and all three have come against sides in the lower half of the table.
The legendary winger was appointed on a short-term basis to replace David Moyes, who was sacked after a disastrous 10-month tenure which saw United suffer 15 defeats, slip to seventh in the Premier League and drop out of both domestic cup competitions in ignominious fashion.