With the Community Shield snared and seven points from three games, there is plenty of cause for optimism in United's start to 2010/11. Several players have shone, but who deserves ManUtd.com's Player of the Month gong?
Dimitar Berbatov - "This could be Dimitar's year," Sir Alex proclaimed after the Bulgarian's neat lob against Chelsea. Three games into the Premier League season, the signs are good, with two goals and a spate of classy contributions.
Darren Fletcher - Fletch's limitless energy no longer surprises, but it never fails to impress. Even so early on in the season, the Scot's non-stop midfield displays have caught the eye, and he's already off the mark with a goal against Newcastle.
Nani - Building an impressive second half of last term is key and aside from his penalty miss at Fulham, the Portuguese winger's start to the current campaign augurs well. A handful on either flank, he scored a cracker in an outstanding display against West Ham.
Paul Scholes - The metronomic midfielder has enjoyed a sterling start to yet another season. Outstanding in every August game, Scholes dictated United's tempo with his flawless passing and also bagged