Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appreciates his current squad.
The Red Devils are currently sitting at the top of the Premier League table and will be facing Young Boys on Tuesday night for their Champions League clash.
They lost the Europa League final to Villarreal who are also in the same group this time around.
“We’ve had enough disappointments,” said the boss. “That’s for sure. This team now has matured and grown.
“I have to say, that was always the plan when I came in. With players like David [De Gea], Harry [Maguire] has had a couple of years now. We have a spine in the team. With Raphael [Varane] and Cristiano [Ronaldo], they added something extra you have to buy unless you win it four times yourselves. We’ve definitely learned. The group is special. They look after each other and we’re in good stead.”
The manager was then asked about Paul Pogba’s contract situation.
“Well, it’s up to us to get results to prove to ourselves that we can win trophies,” he added. “We want to be a part of winning a Man United team. Everyone’s focused on doing their best, so let’s see where we go.”