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Louis van Gaal predicts bright future for young Paddy McNair

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Boss Louis van Gaal believes Paddy McNair can be a regular defender for Manchester United for the next decade.

The 19-year-old proved to be a versatile and worthy back-up player since the start of the campaign and the Dutchman is determined to give the youngster an extended run in the team.

"It is not only Paddy McNair who has impressed with his development," van Gaal told MUTV.

"I have given a lot of chances to younger players.

"But Paddy McNair has developed himself very well, not only as a central defender but now we are giving him the chance to develop as a full-back and he did it very well.

"He has done it already in the second team [Under-21s] and has done it now at a higher level in the first-team.

"Maybe he shall be the right full-back of Manchester United for the next 10 years, you never know. He has the chance."

Earlier this week, the Englishman said that he is ready to play in any position as long as he can secure a regular place in van Gaal's line-up.

"I’ll play anywhere – if I’m asked to play up front, I’ll play up front. I’m just enjoying the experience," McNair told the club's official website.

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