Neymar has issued his response after Jose Mourinho was sacked as Manchester United boss.
The Brazilian has given his thoughts ahead of PSG’s clash with the Red Devils in the last 16 of the Champions League.
United will take on the French champions over two legs in February.
It came after PSG topped their Champions League group, ahead of Liverpool and Napoli, and United finished runners-up to Juventus.
The former Barcelona star has now given his opinion on Mourinho’s sacking – and why it may not matter.
“I was happy [with the draw]; they will be two great matches between two great sides,” Neymar told PSG’s official website .
“We know the quality that Manchester United have and we know that their players have a winning mentality.
“The coach has changed and it will be a different playing style – they’re in the process of changing things up – but we know the quality they have.
“I love the big matches and it’s always a pleasure to play in them.
“I’m very happy to be taking on Manchester United.”
United shocked the footballing world on Tuesday by calling time on the Portuguese’s two-and-a-half years at the club, having overseen their worst start to a Premier League season.
Mourinho lifted the Europa League, EFL Cup and Community Shield in his first year at the club before finishing runners-up in both the league and FA Cup, but things have unravelled since the start of his third campaign at the helm.
The United boss has made his frustrations about players and the club’s decisions clear over recent months, but kept his feelings on such matters to himself when doorstepped near his London home the day after his sacking.
It appears that chapter is already closed for Mourinho – perhaps thanks to his lofty pay-off – as he focuses on the future, with talk of a return to Real Madrid rumbling on.