Manchester United's legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson has praised Cristiano Ronaldo's impact after returning back to his old club this summer in the transfer window.
The Portuguese maestro has since then scored against Young Boys in the Champions League and West Ham, as he looks like he never left, something which makes Ferguson pretty happy.
"It's fantastic," Ferguson told the UTD Podcast, quoted by Sky Sports.
"You saw on that Saturday [against Newcastle] that it was like Caesar entering Rome after victory. 'I came, I saw, I conquered.' It was fantastic.
"I mean, for anyone who is a United fan, we could have had a million people in there, without doubt, as there were so many outside, hundreds outside. It's one of these things. When he was here as a kid, his learning process was very, very quick.
"A lot of people said he was a diver and there was a little spell of that but, after that, he was attacking defenders and all he needed was a nudge and he would waltz by them. He would attack with unbelievable speed. I think the increasing knowledge of his game - I think he was born with a desire.
"He sacrificed himself to be the best. I remember we were playing Arsenal on the Saturday and it was pouring with rain at Carrington. I said to him, and you know he would always practice after training, and I said, 'In. We've got a game tomorrow and it's too wet. The ground is too soft.'
"So I went into my office, looked out of the window and what did he do? He went on the Astroturf. I had no argument! I couldn't say anything to him. He's beat me."
Sir Alex also spoke about how he did not come in between Ronaldo and his dream of joining Real Madrid. He said, "I was not against that, six years was great for a boy from Madeira, getting him here just after his 18th birthday.
"I think we did well that way and it gave me a chance to get a replacement. We got Antonio Valencia and he was fantastic so we were very lucky that way.
Ferguson concluded, "I knew [how good he would become]. Absolutely. I knew that. When he got to that kind of platform at Real Madrid. To be fair to Real, they are one club that has produced world-class players for years and years and won the European cup so many times, 13 or something. You've got to give them credit - it is a platform where any great player would love to go to."