Dutchman cannot wait to start working for the new United manager.
Red-hot Manchester United front man Robin van Persie has sent out a stark warning to the rest of the Premier League by claiming that the top-flight champions are only going to get better next season under new Red Devils head coach David Moyes, reports the Daily Mail.
The prolific Netherlands international has only been at Old Trafford for just the one season now, having signed for the Premier League giants from arch-rivals Arsenal for £24 million on a four-year deal last August.
And in his debut campaign in the north west, the 29-year-old managed to find the back of the net on an impressive 30 occasions in just 48 fixtures in all competitions, including 26 strikes in just 38 Premier League outings, making the Dutchman the highest scorer in the top flight in the previous campaign.
However, Van Persie does not believe that the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson after more than 26 years in charge of United will affect the club’s abilities to carry on winning trophies.
“I have a feeling we can do much more and that we can win many more trophies. I’ve had a year to work with everyone and now the whole (coaching) staff is changing which makes it a new challenge,” Van Persie told the Dutch football union website on Wednesday.
“I’ve got to know the players through and through and I’ve a feeling they have a lot more (success) in them. A whole lot more.
“The season began as a nice challenge but you never know how these things will turn out. But now I have a sense of pride, it was a great season. A pressured year.”