David Moyes has revealed that he senses a 'winning habit' within Manchester United.
The Scot officially took charge on 1 July and has started his reign in impressive fashion with convincing victories in both competitive fixtures - against Wigan Athletic in the Community Shield and at Swansea City for Saturday's league opener.
Robin van Persie scored twice in each game and Danny Welbeck got his season off to a flier with a double at the Liberty Stadium but all the players have impressed the new man in his short time at Old Trafford.
"There is a winning habit through the club," explained the Reds boss. "I can sense it with them. It is 'game on'. They have a job to do.
"It is difficult to explain. Their mannerisms, the things they do before the game. There is a lot of calmness. I am learning an awful lot from them as well."