It looks like the iconic former captain wasn't too pleased with Ten Hag's dance moves and decided to make his feelings knownsduring this brilliant interaction.

Sunday saw Manchester United end their ugly six-year trophy drought, with the English giants beating Newcastle in the Carabao Cup final to lift the title at Wembley.

Casemiro, who was named Man of the Match, opened the scoring for the Red Devils at the half-an-hour mark, with the in-form Marcus Rashford later doubling their lead only six minutes later.

The score line stayed this way up until the final whistle, with Erik ten Hag and his players understandably celebrating this 2-0 victory in front of their supporters. Pride wasn't the only emotion following full-time as the highly-rated tactician managed to go viral after one hilarious incident caught on camera.

Ten Hag was known for joining in on the dancing during title celebrations while at Ajax. Given that Lisandro Martinez and Antony, two players who started in the Carabao Cup final, were his players in the Eredivisie, the manager kept this tradition and broke out some eye-catching moves with the South American duo.

And to make things better, the gaffer enjoyed an even funnier encounter with club icon Roy Keane when speaking to the media. Sky Sports made sure to show Ten Hag his dance moves, with Keane jokingly demanding the Dutchman resign from the club after witnessing it. Check it out in the clip below.

Everyone on the panel shared a laugh following this joke but it's not the first time Erik and Roy enjoyed a funny interaction. Following Manchester United's semifinal victory over Nottingham Forest, Keane got the boss to smile after asking him for free tickets to the final. 

This latest gesture is just a testament to the current mood at Old Trafford, with Ten Hag quickly turning around what had been a toxic atmosphere. The Red Devils are currently on an amazing trajectory as they are still competing in three other competitions: the Premier League, FA Cup, and UEFA Europa League.

While the Dutch tactician might not get his hands on another silverware between now and the end of the season, one thing is certain: the Premier League heavyweights are on the right path under his reign.