The Dutchman is confident the club can maintain their dominance under Moyes.
Manchester United’s top scorer in 2012/13, Robin Van Persie, has sent out a vote of confidence to new manager David Moyes by claiming the club are still as strong without Sir Alex Ferguson.
Van Persie joined the Red Devils at the beginning of Ferguson’s last season in charge at Old Trafford and helped the team regain the title from rivals Manchester City.
However, after 27 years and 13 Premier League triumphs, many are unsure how United will cope without the influential Scot at the helm, but their star striker doesn’t envisage it being a problem.
“Sir Alex is a huge presence, but already the new manager has come in and impressed everybody greatly. There’s a new coaching set-up but the attitude of the players remains identical,” the 30-year-old was quoted in the Daily Express.
“I know he is a good manager who did an excellent job at Everton. His teams were always mentally strong and united, which is hard to play against.
“Now we can see his abilities and positive approach in training. I can say already that I’m going to enjoy working with him.”
Moyes will have a tough task to try and emulate the success of the 50-year-old’s predecessor, as despite the Scot’s impressive 11-year spell with the Toffees, the manager has never won a major trophy.
When it finally comes down to it that is how the Glaswegian will be judged – on the amount of silverware in the cabinet under his reign.
Yet with players of the quality of Van Persie already at the club, part of Moyes’ job is already done and now it is vital the manager gets the first season under the new regime off to a good start.