“If you had asked me to look around that dressing room and pick out someone who would one day manage Manchester United, Ole would have been last on my list. He was so quiet,” Yorke told The Sun.
“I thought the job he had with the youth and reserve players at United was him – nice guy, bringing along the next generation.
“But what he has done is amazing, you cannot fault it.
“I knew this team was not 19 points worse than Manchester City as they were last season, or that much worse than Liverpool. No chance, not with the quality there is in this squad.”