Luke Shaw have revealed Marcos Rojo as the player Manchester United stars avoid during training sessions.
The Argentine has had a tough season which has seen him make just four Premier League starts after suffering recurring injury problems.
And it is understood that some of his injury setbacks have made him a no-nonsense player in training, with Shaw explaining how serious the 29-year-old takes sessions seriously.
The England international was asked to name one player who is physically tough,Shaw responded.
“It’s got to be Marcos Rojo,” he told Soccer AM.
“Honestly, no-one goes near him in training. He’s the sort of tough cookie in the team.”
“In training, he’s probably on the floor 90% of the time, slide tackling everyone with his studs up, so everyone knows to stay away from him.
“But it’s just one of them, you’ve just got to allow it because it’s the way he is. But people like that aggression, it’s sometimes needed – but not as aggressive as that. But he’s a nice one to have on your team.”
The United left-back also named Paul Pogba as the most talented player in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.
He said: “The complete all-round player would have to be Pogba.
“I think he’s had it hard the last couple of years, but he’s starting to show the Pogba we all knew. Not just in games, in training, he wants to improve, he wants to become better, and I think at the moment he’s the perfect midfielder for me.”
Shaw has had a successful season at Old Trafford this season, playing 37 matches in all competitions, more than he has at any other season at the club.