But even though we weren't going through the best of times I think they've been brilliant.They've come in under huge pressure in games that we've had to win and performed well for us. It is always great when you see young players coming through.
Wayne Rooney has limited his advice to United's teenage striker Marcus Rashford and just wants the Mancunian to enjoy himself.
The 18-year-old has joined his club captain in Roy Hodgson's provisional 26-man England Euro 2016 squad following a spring goal blitz for the Reds.
Rashford's breakthrough came at Rooney's expense when the 30-year-old suffered a knee ligament injury in February.
The academy product has since scored seven goals in 16 starts but Rooney has let him get on with his game.
“There have been a few changes in terms of how we play and the lads are enjoying it,” added Rooney.
“I feel we're playing better football – more exciting, attacking football – which obviously we always want to play.
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“At the minute he's a young lad and he doesn't need that much advice from me.
Just let him play and enjoy his football,” said Rooney.
“I am sure there will be a time when he does need it from myself, from the manager, from Giggsy, from other players, but I think the most important thing for him and the team is to just let him go and play and enjoy it.
“The young lads have come in at a really difficult time for the team for us.