Manchester United fans on social networking website Twitter have showered praises on to Brandon Williams, after being left impressed by the mean streak the left-back displays on the pitch.
The 19-year-old, who made his first Premier League start for the Red Devils just last weekend, has already caught the eyes of numerous supporters.
Fans have been publicly appreciating his “sh*thousery,” which Williams has displayed multiple times in the very limited number of senior appearances he has made for the Mancunian giants.
In fact, a tweet posted by one such supporter summarizes all the reasons why the young Englishman has become the talk of the town of late.
Amid Williams’ social media fame, the teenager has also earned plaudits from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has lauded the player’s early performances.
Speaking after Sunday’s 3-1 win over Brighton, the Norwegian gaffer stated (via Metro): “Brandon was excellent. He’s played well before, but first start at Old Trafford in a Premier League game, you don’t know how he’s going to react.
“But he was looking forward to it. I told him on Thursday just look forward to this one, I thought it was more fair to him when he’s playing his first game that he didn’t play on Thursday, so excellent performance.
“He’s done nothing wrong since he’s come in and making it hard for me [to leave him out], definitely. He’s really, really impressed me, I have to say. He’s making it hard to leave him out.”
Adored by the fans and hyped by the manager—great, great things seem to be in store for this Manchester United youth academy graduate if he continues the way in which he has begun.