Teddy Sheringham thinks Manchester United 'are such a better team' when Edinson Cavani plays.

There were doubts surrounding Cavani when United announced his arrival on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain last summer, however, the 34-year-old has since emphatically silenced the critics that questioned his ability to still play at an elite level.

Cavani is in the autumn of his career, but he's proved an excellent addition on the pitch despite having been plagued with injuries.

The Uruguay star has been suffering from an ongoing tendon injury this season and he could make his return against Arsenal.

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Sheringham is one of the finest centre-forwards that England has produced and he told the Manchester Evening News, via 978bet, that United 'are such a better team' when Cavani plays.

"United have got enough players like Greenwood, Rashford, Ronaldo, who all play off the number 10," S heringham said.

"I just feel that Manchester United are such a better team when Cavani plays and he's the focal point of the team because he plays as a centre forward, as the number nine. That gives the whole team a focal point.

"When you have wingers playing at centre forward, they don't play that position how it should be played. They don’t play with their back to the goal they still want to be running in the channel.

"Cavani has got everything as a centre forward, he holds the ball up, he wins headers, he runs the channels and he scores goals, so he does it naturally. When you don't have that, you don't have a focal point in the team."

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Teddy Sheringham was speaking to the Manchester Evening News in association with 978bet