Manchester United Legend, Paul Scholes, has labelled Anthony Martial as a moody forward who’s not fit to play as a centre-forward.

Paul Scholes is known for his criticisms of Manchester Unit players and has once again blasted the French man saying he’s not good enough.

Martial has always been deployed as a line striker all through the most of his Manchester United career but during this week’s UCL encounter with Istanbul Basaksehir he started out wide.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer played Martial on the left side of a front three as Edinson Cavani lined up through the middle with Marcus Rashford playing on the right flank.

The 24 year-old had some brilliant moments in the match as he helped the Red Devils drive the ball into the box.

The class of 92 member Scholes believes Martial is better playing from the flanks as he’s suited to being in a position where he can run at his markers.

Scholes told BT Sport: “Martial’s strength, we’ve spoken about him being a centre-forward, but he’s not a good centre-forward.

“I don’t think he’s got that movement for centre-forward, he’s not good with his back to goal.

“But when he gets the ball and he’s facing someone, it’s a different position.

“You see him going at someone.

“Definitely (he relies on confidence). He’s a little moody and you see him.

“But once he gets a goal there’s