There seems to be a bit of a split on here as to who we consider to be our better player, obviously the majority of posters still have Wayne ahead. The gap has certainly been narrowed between them, and for me personally I think Nani is the better player, with consistency and his bottom level being the two main factors. But, I accept that on form Wayne can also surpass Nani, the problem is it's not seen enough, and without form his bottom level is far lower. Overall I'd say the majority do believe Wayne to still be the better player as of now, but what about in the future, say two years? It's always hard to judge because Nani has come into the player he is now, fairly recently in comparison to Wayne, who we've had years to see Rooney mature, because his quality was on show from the first game. But, for me Nani's rapid development is nowhere near it's peak, and in the next two years he will go on to become our clear best attacking player, I don't say best overall because of Vidic, who is the most important player for us now and probably will still be then. Whereas Wayne will continue to refine his game and no doubt still develop to be a better player, I can't see him transforming himself all that much, and right now I regard the difference between them two to be minimal. All in all I see Nani adding a lot more to his game, whereas Rooney will stay similar to the level he is currently at. I still find a lot of criticism on Nani to be outdated, such as end product and consistency. No doubt it can be an issue at times, but the reality is they aren't real concerns anymore. So much seems to be ignored and not taken into account when he doesn't score or assist in a game, similarly this is also seen with Rooney. You can look at the last game and the reaction to their performance as prime examples for both of them. It's no doubt an unpopular opinion on here, and if it doesn't happen then so be it, I'll mean that Wayne either becomes a better and more consistent player than I believed, or that I overrated Nani and his development. But watching him these days and over the past few years to see how much he has changed, it's hard trying to put a limit on where that will stop. At the very least we can use this one to stop disrupting the other threads when the two are compared.