Robbie Keane describes ex-skipper Jamie Redknapp as a great character who will be missed by the team following his departure to Southampton.
Jamie took his leave on Tuesday to join his Dad on the South Coast and made his debut last night in the 3-3 draw with Fulham at St Mary's. Robbie was quick with a few words of tribute for the popular midfielder.
"He is a great character in the dressing room and all the lads are going to miss him," said the striker. "We all wish him well and I hope Southampton stay up."
Meanwhile, Robbie - lone striker on the night - looked back on the point won at Old Trafford and says the team will take more confidence from extending their unbeaten run.
"It was hard and when you are on your own up front it is always hard," he reflected. "As a team we worked very hard and got robbed a little bit at the end.
"I could see it was a goal, although I don't want to keep saying too much about it. It is one of those things and we are disappointed.
"Don't forget, United had a few chances and we have to be happy with a point. We did want three and Pedro's effort was a great shot that was taken away from us.
"We are confident, we are unbeaten in eight and everything is going well."