Former Manchester United defender, Jonathan Spector, has picked Paul Scholes over Cristiano Ronaldo as the most talented player he played with.
The American, who gained promotion to United's first team around the same time Ronaldo joined from Sporting Lisbon, believes Scholes, who was a more established first-team member, was a better all-around player than the five-time Balon d'Or winner.
According to the 33-year-old, Ronaldo was in the shadows of the midfielder between 2003 and 2006 when he was at the club.
Spector played just three Premier League games for United before he was loaned to Charlton and then sold to West Ham.
He has 36 caps for the USA men's national team.