Jose Mourinho gave four youngsters their debut in Sunday's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in the last game of the season. And after the game, attention was focused towards 16-year-old Angel Gomes and Josh Harrop's debut goal.
However, the Mail report that after his debut, 20-year-old goalkeeper Joel Pereira hopes to have a bigger role next season and one day claim United's number one spot.
In relation to becoming the future Man Utd number one, Pereira said: "
The first half of the season saw Pereira go out on loan to Portuguese top tier side
Pereira will have undoubtedly gained valuable experience from his loan, shown by his good performance and clean sheet on Saturday. However after the game he also wanted to thank his fellow goalkeepers at Man Utd for helping him develop.
"We have two world-class goalkeepers and two great people and good friends also," said Pereira. "They always try to help me and to have them as teachers I will say is great.
Jose Mourinho has previously described Pereira as "the best Portuguese goalkeeper of the next generation". With constant rumours of David de Gea moving to Real Madrid this summer, Pereira could have an even more important role next season.