Ander Herrera names Anthony Martial as quickest player he's played with

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Manchester United midfielder Andert Herrera has named Anthony Martial as the quickest player he has played with. 

As reported by United's official website, Herrera highlighted the club's summer signing as the fastest player at the club. Martial has made an impressive start to his Old Trafford career, scoring three goals in eight Premier League games so far. 

He's certainly brought an added dimension to the Red Devils' attack and has quickly established himself as a fans' favourite in Manchester. There's no doubt about it, the 19-year-old is a unique talent and will only improve in the coming months and years.


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United are a completely different animal with the Frenchman in the side, so Louis van Gaal and Co. will certainly be hoping to see him passed fit for this weekend's Premier League clash against Watford.

The versatile attacker was substituted late on at Wembley last night after sustaining a foot injury, so it's far from certain as to whether he will take to the field at Vicarage Road on Saturday. 

Class of Herrera

United fans will also be hoping to see Herrera in action this Saturday lunch-time. Ultimately, the dynamic midfielder is one of the classiest players at Old Trafford, so there's no reason why he shouldn't be handed a prominent role under the Dutch regime. 

Herrera has the nous and guile to produce the goods week in, week out in England's elite division, so Van Gaal should trust the Spaniard to perform in the middle of the park. 

Saturday's game won't be easy for United, but they will stand a far greater chance of securing all three points if the duo of Herrera and Martial are in the starting line-up. 

Manchester United fans: who should play against Watford? Have your say below! 

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