Rafael da Silva was quick to agree with Rio Ferdinand after the former Manchester United centre-back gave his verdict on Monday night's draw with Wolves.
United took the lead at Molineux through Anthony Martial's first-half strike but were denied all three points by Ruben Neves' superb equaliser after the break.
Paul Pogba had the chance to win it for United from the penalty spot but the Frenchman was denied from 12 yards after being fouled by Conor Coady.
Despite failing to secure the three points they needed to take them to the top of the Premier League, Ferdinand was impressed by United's showing.
"Better result than last 2 visits," Ferdinand tweeted. "Build on that 1st half performance. Work in progress. Wolves vs the top 6 teams last season (p? W? D?). Decent nights work."
Ferdinand's old United teammate Rafael promptly responded: "Really like what I'm seeing too."
Meanwhile, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was the target of criticism after the match as a result of Pogba's missed penalty.
Marcus Rashford scored from the spot in emphatic fashion against Chelsea on the opening day of the season and former Blackburn striker Chris Sutton said United should have a designated penalty taker.
"It is the job of the manager to designate,” Sutton told the BBC. “That is a huge moment. United could have won the game.
“You can’t say, ‘I’ll leave it down to the players’. I like Ole but that’s weak management.
“Rashford may have missed as well, but we’d have understood because he took the last one. He shouldn’t be allowed to make that decision himself. It wouldn’t be allowed under someone like former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.”