With his book just around the corner - I know there is a thread somewhere about it, but I can't find it - he is on the promotional campaign trail.
Apparently he had an agreement with his bosses that no player would be paid more than him. I presume that means his wages would increase to match a player, rather than a player only being offered what he was earning. It's a subtle difference, but his example of Rooney's new contract suggests that his wages was the one to boost.
He states that Ronaldo, Giggs, Scholes and Cantona were his only world class players. I'm sure that there will be much debate over who else he has managed that could be considered world class, but one that instantly comes to mind is Van Nistlerooy. I suppose I picked out him because his goals to game ratio is very easy to compare against others at the time, rather than perhaps quantifying the impact of a midfielder like Keane. Although his goals to game ratio is nothing compared to the likes of Ronaldo or Messi, it was still one of the best at the time, which surely makes him world class.