Manchester United boss David Moyes has paid tribute to his successor at Everton, Roberto Martinez, reports the Daily Star.
United take on Everton at Old Trafford tomorrow night, in what will be the first time Moyes has faced his former club since swapping Goodison Park for Old Trafford last summer.
Moyes has endured a mixed start since taking over at United, with his former club currently three places above his side in the table.
And the performances and the results from Everton under new boss Roberto Martinez has left Moyes suitably impressed.

“He is doing a very good job,” said Moyes.

“He has very good players there. I always told them they could play without a manager because they are very well organised.

“But Roberto is doing a really good job keeping it going.”

Maraoune Fellaini is also set to come up against his former club tomorrow night for the first time since leaving in the summer.

The Belgian is set to start in midfield, with Phil Jones suspended and Michael Carrick still out injured.