WAYNE ROONEY has no problem if Manchester United are ugly Treble winners.
Alex Ferguson’s side are in the hunt for glory on three fronts this season and are looking to emulate the famous United side of 1999.
Few could argue the current squad possess the same style and swagger of that silverware-laden generation.
But Rooney has no issues with any negative comparisons that could be made should this season produce the same bumper trophy haul.
He said: “I would take that all day. Look at Inter Milan, they won the Italian Treble last season.
“You wouldn’t say they were the most entertaining team to watch, but they achieved history.
“Maybe we do need to kill games off a bit quicker but hopefully we can do that in the future.”
Rooney has also hailed 16-goal striker Javier Hernandez, who scored both goals in the 2-1 victory over Marseille last night.
He said: “You can see he is in good form scoring-wise but he works so hard as well.
“He always tries to stay on the shoulder of the last defender. You know he is quick, which makes it easier to find him.
“By making those runs behind defenders, it creates more space in front of them. It is certainly working well at the minute.”
But Rooney’s praise is not just confined to his team-mates.
The England striker has revealed a secret admiration for fellow quarter-finalists Tottenham during their debut Champions League campaign.
He added: “Barcelona are playing some great football but I am enjoying watching Tottenham at the minute.
“It is their first year in the Champions League, so they are something new and they have done so well.
“I am happy we play on a different day to them because I love watching their matches.”