There's plenty more to come from United this season - that's the message from Paul Scholes who says the Reds are yet to hit top form.
The veteran midfielder, who turns 35 next month, has been pleased that United - notoriously gradual starters to a campaign - have been picking up points and are neatly poised two points behind league leaders Chelsea. But United are yet to find a consistent stride, showing only glimpses of the potential of this team. The best, Scholes says, is yet to come.
"Without a doubt [there's more to come]," Scholes tells United Review. "I wouldn’t say we’ve been stuttering, but we haven’t been as fluent as we know we can be. There’s been the odd performance – like Tottenham away – where everything’s come together, but I think the best is ahead of us."
The Reds, of course, lost last time out against Liverpool and, before the narrow 2-1 win over Bolton, drew 2-2 with Sunderland. Now, against Sam Allardyce's struggling Rovers team, Scholesy wants United to kick on.
"We’re not too worried about our form because