Peter Schmeichel wants former club Manchester United to sign Son Heung-min from Tottenham this summer.
Schmeichel was taking part in a Q&A on social media site Twitter and answered a variety of wide-ranging questions.
The legendary goalkeeper was part of the United side that won the Treble in 1999 before the Dane left Old Trafford just months later.
It ended a trophy-laden eight years with the club with Schmeichel winning five Premier League titles under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Many believe the Dane is the greatest goalkeeper ever seen in the league with the now-56-year-old also starring for Aston Villa and Manchester City.
But it’s clear it’s United still in his heart and Schmeichel had his say on who former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should make a move for this summer.
Asked “A realistic target you’d like to see Man United sign?”, Solskjaer simply replied: “Son from Spurs”.
The shot-stopper was also asked the best atmosphere in a stadium that’s not Old Trafford and appeared to take a dig at United rivals Liverpool by answering: “Everton”.
While Schmeichel also appeared to make a slight jibe at Roy Keane, with many believing the Irishman to be one of the most influential captains of all time.
Schmeichel was asked “Who is the best Utd captain of the Premiership era?” and snubbed Keane, answering with “Bryan Robson”.
Keeper Schmeichel is also remembered for being chipped by Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier in 1996.
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And the ex-Strictly Come Dancing man was asked his “immediate thought” when the ball was going over his head, and hilariously responded: “S**t”.
Schmeichel’s “funniest team-mate” was revealed to be former United defender David May while the goalkeeper was also asked whether he rates Paul Scholes or Barcelona legend Xavi higher.
And the Dane responded: “No brainer, our no 18”.
Schmeichel starred in United’s treble season and saved a crucial penalty from Dennis Bergkamp in the FA Cup semi-final replay against Arsenal.
Ryan Giggs went on to score a marvellous winner, running with the ball from inside his own half.
And Schmeichel added that “was the best goal that you saw a United team mate score at the other end” but admitted he would not have saved the strike from the Welshman.
Schmeichel cost United just £505,000 as he as signed from Brondby in 1991, with Sir Alex Ferguson describing the deal as the “bargain of the century”.
And the Euro 92 winner was asked “Are you Fergie’s best ever buy?”
He replied: “I was cheap for sure, but you’d better ask him”. Many United fans will probably agree with Ferguson’s original statement.