The topic was how good Schneiderlin was for Southampton. What's happened afterwards has no bearing on that. "Wanyama was behind everything". It's such an incredibly dumb, and wrong, assertion to make. Wanyama taking the holding role gave Schneiderlin more freedom to move about, but it doesn't mean he was behind everything. That's what we've been trying to tell you. By saying "Wanyama was behind everything" you're suggesting he's the reason Schneiderlin played well. He wasn't. Schneiderlin did equally well when Wanyama wasn't on the pitch. What Wanyama's arrival did do was that Schneiderlin moved into the position and role where he really excelled. It was a consequence of Wanyama's arrival, sure, but what Schneiderlin did on the pitch is something only he should get credit for. People have been talking about how we've needed a defensive midfielder to free up Pogba. Now we have Matic, and if Pogba does step it up, then by your logic, Matic will have been behind everything. Pogba himself is no better than what we saw last season (or is he? Was Herrera behind everything last season?). I think we can all agree that this would be an idiotic thing to say. If a player gets a redefined role in the team, perhaps as a result of the arrival of another player, and this role is better suited to his skillset and he, as a result, ends up performing better, suggesting that the new arrival should get the credit for the performance increase is beyond moronic.