Michael Carrick has been Manchester United’s first manager in the last three games after the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The former English midfielder has taken two wins and a draw at the helm of the Red Devils, leaving shortly after the 3-2 triumph over Arsenal.
Although he was destined to stay close to Ralf Ragnick, the Englishman resigned shortly after the 3-2 victory against the Gunners.
After the match the Red Devils legend talked about his fantastic adventure at Old Traford, considering it the best time of his career.
“My time in this great club, which I will always list as the best of my career, has come to an end. “When I first signed over 15 years ago, I would not have imagined even in my wildest dreams that I would win so many trophies,” said Carrick.
“However, after much analysis and discussion I decided that now is the right moment for me to leave the club. “I want to thank all the players and staff,” said Carrick.
The Englishman further wished success in the future to coach Ralf Ragnick, while he said that he will return to Old Trafford to see United as a fan.
“I would like to wish Ralph, the staff, the players and the fans a lot of success in the future. “I will come to see you as a fan,” declared the Englishman.
The 40-year-old had joined the Red Devils in the summer of 2006 from Tottenham Hotspur, while remaining active in football until 2018