"Paul Ince is more of a man manager," he said. "He lets the coaching staff get on with their coaching and lets players go and express themselves in the way they want to.
"I think the football he preaches is a good type of football, entertaining football but ultimately winning football.
"I am sure the players and fans will see that in the future. I played with him when I was at Wolves and he was exactly the same as a player."