The coach believes the Scot is the ideal acquisition.
Despite a somewhat shaky start at Manchester United since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson, assistant manager Steve Round insists David Moyes is the right man for the job.
United’s title defence has started unremarkably under the 50-year-old, with a victory against Swansea City being followed by a draw at home to Chelsea and then a defeat at the hands of fierce rivals Liverpool.
However, Round thinks that there is no one better than the Scot to be in charge at Old Trafford since the departure of the most successful manager in English football.
“Without a doubt, David was ready for this job,” the assistant told the Manchester Evening News.
“He has an incredible desire to succeed. He now has the stature and presence to move to a club like this. I really do believe he will be a big success.”
Moyes also came under criticism for the boss’ dealings in the transfer market, alongside new chief executive Ed Woodward.
Up until deadline day only Uruguay under-20 international Guillermo Varela had been signed and a chaotic few final negotiations eventually saw Marouane Fellaini arrive from Everton late on Monday night, in a £27.5m deal.
Extremely public failings in trying to land stars such as Thiago Alcantara, Cesc Fabregas, Ander Herrera and Leighton Baines seemed to undermine Moyes’s capabilities at such a big club.
Yet with the Glaswegian having been given a five-year deal at the Theatre of Dreams, the Englsih champions will be hoping that Round is right and that the manager can turn things around as the season progresses.
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