Man United travel to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea on Sunday looking to pick up their third win of the season.
The Red Devils successfully booked their place in the Champions League group stage in midweek following an impressive 4-0 win at Club Brugge.
Louis Van Gaal will be hoping to see more of the same on Sunday, particularly with United playing much improved football going forward.
Wayne Rooney will be the most relieved man in the travelling party though, as the striker ended his goal-drought with a hat-trick in Belgium.
The United star will hope that is just the start of things to come, as he will continue to lead the line for United with the aim of scoring the goals to fire them to a Premier League title.
Meanwhile, Adnan Januzaj misses out after Van Gaal revealed on Friday that the starlet had picked up an injury during the week, and that could see Ashley Young return to the starting lineup.
Marouane Fellaini is available after completing his three-match suspension, while Marcos Rojo could feature after playing for an hour for the Under-21s on Thursday.
United were held to a 0-0 draw by Newcastle last weekend to drop their first points of the season, but Swansea have also made an impressive start to the campaign.
After picking up a deserved point at Chelsea, the Swans have beaten Newcastle and drawn with Sunderland. Their 3-0 Capital One Cup win over York City this week will also have boosted confidence ahead of a huge clash for the club.