Sir Alex Ferguson hails the celebrations in the city streets as even more exceptional than those following his famous treble as Red Devils fans come out in force
Addressing the gathered supporters through a microphone, the retiring boss expressed his hope that there would be many more such occasions in the future as David Moyes takes over in the summer.
|"It's a special day for me, my first one but hopefully first of many. I'm going to enjoy it massively; this is what you dream of. Incredible day, great for my family, something I'll never forget."|
"This is fantastic, I'm more pleased for you than anything else. To go through a 38-week programme of [Premier League football] and win it in style with a great bunch of players was great.
|"In 1999, that was my greatest memory - turning down Deansgate and not being able to see anything but fans. Yesterday with the fans with all their flags out ... I've never seen Old Trafford like that."
Of Sunday's emotional scenes at Old Trafford for his final home match in charge, the Scot added: "It is a day I will never forget. It was wonderful. Thank you. It was something all my family enjoyed and the grandkids will never forget it."
Wayne Rooney, who was confirmed by Ferguson to have submitted a transfer request, was booed by sections of the assembled fans but paid tribute to the players' reception and the outgoing boss.
|"Every day the fans are here and there's a great turnout today. It's a great feeling to win the title and it will stick with me forever."|
"It's been tough after the Aston Villa game, where we won the title, getting yourself up for the games but yesterday and today we get a chance to celebrate a great season," said veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs.
"With the news the manager is leaving, it's been hard and tough, especially for the players who have known him for a long time. But I'm happy we could end the season on a high and win him the league."