Manchester United left-back, Patrice Evra, has sent out a motivating message to players of his former club as they get set for their Champions League game against Paris Saint-German.
Evra shared a clip on social media, charging the United players to do themselves and their fans proud.
The 37-year-old said: "PSG tomorrow, big game. [I’ve] got a lot of respect for PSG, [I’ve got a] lot of friends too.
“But we are Manchester United. So please guys, make sure tomorrow we are proud of you guys, by running everywhere, give everything you’ve got.
“I want people to eat the grass tomorrow and the fans, you have a big part to play. I always say it is the Theatre of Dreams for us, and it has to be Theatre of the Nightmare for the opponent.
“So guys, I’m counting on you. I want the players, when they come on the pitch, to see that big writing – believe.
"Paul [Pogba], who is going to stop you when you make your box-to-box? David De Gea, tomorrow, the shop is closed. Shut the door.“
"Anthony [Martial], I don’t care if you don’t smile, I want you to destroy people. [Marcus] Rashford, show me you are a real Mancunian.
“Ole, thank you very much. Mick Phelan too. Forever red!
“This is an order from your favourite left-back. I love this game!”
United host PSG on Tuesday night in the Round 16 of their Champions League clash, as they seek to progress to the quarter-finals since the 2013-2014 season under David Moyes, when they were knocked out by Bayern Munich.