Pochettino and Mourinho have moved on from Dier controversy

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The United manager also admitted convincing midfielder Marouane Fellaini to sign a new, extended contract at Old Trafford has become a priority.

Mourinho spoke to the player in Portuguese and Pochettino claimed that he had put Dier in a compromising position.

Luke Shaw has struggled for regular playing time since joining Manchester United.

Clarifying his comments, Herrera said that his statement was misjudged and he only praised the better attitude displayed by the Huddersfield players.

"I was honest. My relationship with him is very good, we are in contact". I do hope that I can play for him again one day.

Mourinho then went on to discuss another player who has been missing from first-team action, despite returning to full fitness.

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'I was surprised but I was happy about his words because it is not easy for the players to recognise and admit [why they lost],' said Mourinho, according to Goal.com.

"I have the player that I want to have, probably I have the player I didn't think it was possible to have but we got the player I really wanted", Mourinho told a news conference ahead of Tottenham's visit to Old Trafford on Saturday.

"I was just describing some situation that happened in the past and is not an issue".

The 27-year-old had established himself as one of the finest full-backs in the English top-flight over recent seasons, with his stellar showings before his injury last season having led to heavy links with Manchester United.

Amidst reports of rift between Jose Mourinho and Ander Herrera, United got back to winning ways. The Premier League giants could be set to trade left-backs, with Luke Shaw making the move to North London and Danny Rose travelling in the opposite direction up to Manchester, according to the Guardian.

"Because Fellaini finishes his contract and Luke Shaw doesn't".