Date: 17th December 2011 at 11:13am
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Despite hanging up his boots at the end of last season, has remained in the picture at Manchester .

Scholes can now be found working with the reserves, along side reserve manager , having taken up his role as technical coach.

And having worked under a number of brilliant coaches himself, Scholes feels it would be remise of him not to pass on their teachings as he shepherds in a new wave of talent at .

Speaking exclusively to Inside United, Scholes remarked,

“It would be stupid not to use the experience of the people you’ve worked with.

“I’ve worked with unbelievable coaches like Archie Knox, , , Mick Phelan and . I’ve worked with the best so if I haven’t picked something up from them, there’s something not quite right.

“I’ve been working with the Reserves. The Youth team already have a couple of coaches, so I’ve gone with Warren Joyce. He’s been great; I’ve settled in well with him and he’s been teaching me along the way so that’s been good.

“He’s got bundles of experience which is nice – he’s been coaching probably half his life, 20-odd years in the job. He’s been great, always giving me bits of advice; what to look out for, what he thinks I should be doing. He’s been brilliant to have here.”