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Manchester United unsung hero has just shown how important he is ahead of decision on future

The current Manchester United squad still isn't as harmonious and unified as some people at the club would like, but there have been improvements in the dressing room during Erik ten Hag's two years in charge.

Ten Hag made it a priority to change the "no good culture" he inherited and to do so he partly leaned on a player who he barely used in games but valued for his input on a day-to-day basis. Tom Heaton has played just twice under Ten Hag but remains an influential and respected voice in the dressing room.

The 38-year-old was club captain in the Premier League at Burnley so brings plenty of leadership experience. He has earned three England caps and has twice made tournament squads at Euro 2016 and the 2019 Nations League finals. This summer he will be part of Gareth Southgate's squad in Germany for Euro 2024, operating as a training goalkeeper to provide support to Jordan Pickford, Aaron Ramsdale and Dean Henderson.

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In announcing the unusual role for a major tournament, Southgate touched not only on Heaton's importance in keeping the goalkeeping group sharp but also his value off the field. Southgate has chosen a relatively young squad and some key leaders with tournament experience haven't made the cut, which makes Heaton's role a key one.

"Off the field as someone we all know well, he will add to the positive environment we are always looking to create," said Southgate.

Anyone who has worked with Heaton can vouch for his ability to bring positivity and unity to a dressing room. He is hugely respected by managers he has