Manchester United coach Phil Neville has hailed his side’s Champions League quarter-final meeting with holders Bayern Munich as “great” despite receiving arguably the hardest possible draw. David Moyes’ men find themselves up against the bookmakers’ favourites to win the competition, building on last season’s final success over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund. The Red Devils’ task has been made even harder by the fact that the second leg is in Germany, handing the Bavarian giants the opportunity to seal safe passage to the last-four in the familiar surroundings of the Allianz Arena. However Neville, who joined the Old Trafford coaching staff when Moyes succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson in the dug-out last summer, is relishing the prospect of coming up against Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering side. He said on social media site Twitter: “Great draw #excited.”United are the bookmakers’ rank outsiders to lift the European Cup this term, followed by out-of-sorts Dortmund, who have been ravaged by injuries of late.