Teden Mengi has picked out his seven favourite Manchester United teammates during a question and answer session on Instagram.
Mengi, 18, is considered one of the club's top prospects, making 14 appearances for the Under-23 side this season as well as guiding the U-18 team to their first FA Youth Cup semi-final since 2012 before the season was postponed.
The defender was rewarded with a place on the United bench for the first-team Europa League clash with Astana and more opportunities could be forthcoming if he continues to develop at a rapid rate, with Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and Chris Smalling facing uncertain futures at the club.
Mengi took part in a question and answer session on the Rising Ballers Instagram account, a page dedicated to the best up-and-coming young players.
The 18-year-old was asked to pick the best players he's played with at United and named seven of his academy teammates.
"Teammates wise, I can't cap it at just five," he said.
"Mason Greenwood, Largie Ramazani, Tahith Chong, Angel Gomes, Brandon Williams, James Garner and Dylan Levitt.
"There is too many G.O.A.T.s (greatest of all time)."
Mengi was also asked which player he looks to for inspiration in the first team and picked out Williams as his number one.
The left-back has featured regularly under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season and Mengi is hoping to follow in his footsteps.
He said: "People might not agree with me on this but the player I look up to most is Brandon Williams.
"We play in near enough the same position. We are both defenders. The journey he's been through is mad. He only lives five, ten minutes away from me.
"We're both local lads and he's broke his way into that first-team. His mentality, effort and work rate is what got him there and that just says to me 'what is stopping you from doing it?'
"Brandon is such an inspiration for me so that's who I look up to the most."