Darron Gibson has been getting plenty of plaudits in the last couple of weeks. He has struck up a great partnership with Felli in the short time he has been here.
But because of injuries to Jack Rodwell and Leon Osman, David Moyes had to throw him into the deep end.
Hasn't he done brilliantly?
David Moyes said: "He's someone who we can rely on. He's a good passer, he's actually got a very good engine to get around the pitch; he does well on that."
"And he's also come from a big club where he's experienced enough to know how to play and how to go about the games so he's done fine, he really has.
"He's done very well. He hadn't played enough at Manchester United so we're always looking to improve and get a little bit better. For us, we've been pleased with Darron."
"I think just getting him to understand what's required here. People like Leighton Baines and Phil Jagileka took six months to a year to even get close to the team.
"We've had to throw Darron straight into the team and maybe if we'd had different alternatives I might have waited my time on Darron as well.
"But he's gone in and from that, he has to sort of learn on the job and he's doing it very well."
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