Ole Gunnar Solskyyer has urged his players at Manchester United to stay calm as they aim to return to the top of the game after years of shortage.
United have won three trophies since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 but did not approach the challenge of the Premier League or the Champions League at the time.
Prior to United's trip to the Wolves on Monday night, McTomina revealed that his three United idols were Paul Scholes, Roy Keane and David Beckham.
As he looked at Beckham, MacTominay said one of the best attributes of the former England captain is what Solskjaire is looking for from the current United crop of players.
"He (Beckham) had that natural ability, but that ability not to be too big for the boots and go and absolutely master the free kicks and master sets," Moktominaj told Sky Sports.
"The real advantage is being modest enough to know that you can improve something and work hard and obviously that's the message we get, just be modest enough to go and work hard and know what you can improve on. "
To Scholes, MacTominaj added: "He could do anything on the football field, anything he wanted. You see all the documentaries about all the great Barcelona teams over the years.
"You have Xavi, Iniesta, Messi … you have Zidane talking to him in a couple of amazing, incredible words. And, it's like 'wow', sometimes as they get older, you don't really realize how good these players are until they you watch it on YouTube and it works like you realize … funny, incredible. "
Explaining why she cares for Keane, the 22-year-old said: "Just the whole package. I just want ruthless people … well, I don't want ruthless people, but I like to watch them and I want to get some pieces of it and watch it play.
"The tunnel is also with Gary Neville [at Highbury in 2005] it was absolutely magic, I absolutely love it. It's one of my favorite football videos ever, I absolutely love it. Class "