The Scot thinks times are about to improve at Old Trafford.
It’s been a difficult start to David Moyes’ tenure at Manchester United and the Premier League champions find themselves eight points behind leaders Arsenal.
The side have lost three matches so far this term, including a heavy defeat at the hands of rivals Manchester City and a home loss to West Bromwich Albion.
Yet after beating Stoke City 3-2 last weekend and then triumphing 4-0 over Norwich City in the League Cup on Tuesday, Moyes thinks things are about to get a lot better for the Red Devils.
“We have started to pull together one or two half-decent results. Hopefully that starts to build a bit of momentum,” the 50-year-old was quoted by ITV.
“We were a little bit up and down at the start of the season – winning one, losing one – so we are hoping to get more consistency and our form follows that.
“It is a gap we have to continue to work to get closer to.
“We try to take one game at a time, get a bit closer to the top end. That is the plan but there is a long way to go.”
United travel to Fulham this weekend knowing that the Cottagers have found things difficult this season, particularly at home.
Meanwhile the Gunners take on Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in a top of the table clash and Moyes’ side have a chance to make up some ground.
One thing is for sure, emulating the success of Sir Alex Ferguson is going to be a nigh on impossible job and even making the top four will be an achievement for the new man in charge.
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