The extracts on this page are taken from selected national newspapers. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of Manchester United.
The Mirror's David Anderson believes Antonio Valencia is starting to compensate for the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo’s firepower. He writes: "After chalking up his sixth goal with a great strike against Wolves, Valencia is proving he can fill Ronaldo's goalscoring boots."
Sir Alex is pleased with his players’ response after demanding more goals. The Daily Star quotes the United boss as saying: "A few weeks ago I asked the players to start being more decisive with their chances, especially in the early part of a match, instead of appearing to take the relaxed view that like buses there will be another along in a minute. It seems they took my plea on board because we’ve been finishing a lot better."
On a similar theme, The Sun quotes Patrice Evra on how the Reds should have been more ruthless against Wolves. He said: "I was not happy to only score three goals. The goal difference is important and, in a game like that, we should have won by five or six."