Manchester United coach Uly Gunnar Solshire hopes to stop Tottenham Hotspur defender Harry Kane in their next game on Sunday.
The two teams meet in the second round of the English Premier League.
"He is not a bad player, is he? He is a great player and one of the best players in the world, but I have two like him, I am happy to work with them," Solshire said in remarks published in The Guardian.
"Ken is a high-level professional, I'm sure everyone who plays and trains with him can talk more about him but he's a great player."
"He never misses the odds, we have to stop him from getting those chances in front of us," the Norwegian coach continued.
Kane has participated in 30 games with the Duck in various competitions this season, scored 20 goals and made 6 goals.