It has been a hectic, controversial and unsteady week at Manchester Unite - but finally a little bit of peace returned to the club in a measured and composed press conference from interim manager Ryan Giggs.
The Welshman has been handed the reins until the end of the season after David Moyes was sacked on Tuesday.
The former Everton boss, who took over from Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer, had led the club to their worst ever Premier League season - and after a dismal defeat against his former club last weekend the final nail was hammered into the coffin of his management career.
Giggs thanked Moyes for his efforts in his first press conference before revealing he wanted to ‘put a smile’ back on the face of every United fan with his philosophy, the Manchester United philosophy.
And he is getting some help from a few old friends.
Phil Neville, who followed Moyes back to Old Trafford to work as first-team coach has stuck around while Nicky Butt has also been drafted in.
Most excitingly as far as Unite fans are confirmed however is the return of Paul Scholes to try and whip the misfiring squad - who must not escape blame for a dismal season - into shape ahead of the Saturday evening game against Norwich City.
And Manchester United have now released a picture of the quartet ready to take United training.
United fans will hop a little bit of ’92 spirit can see them to victory this weekend.