David de Gea will captain Manchester United against Huddersfield as interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sends another brilliant message to the fans.
The Norwegian has not only come in to his new role attempting to unify the Old Trafford dressing room, but he is also making sure each player feels valued at the club.
And De Gea is one player United cannot afford to lose. Not now.
During this transition to try make United a formidable force again, we must keep hold of our best players and if that means making De Gea captain on a permanent basis, Solskjaer is going the right way about it.
The next full-time manager will arrive already having best goalkeeper in the world in his squad, which is a massive bonus.
Solskjaer, an icon at Manchester United, has decided to make three changes to his side that faces Huddersfield at 3pm. Fred replaces Ander Herrera in midfield, Ashley Young has been rested for the young and exciting Diogo Dalot, while Anthony Martial misses out through illness with Juan Mata taking his spot.