And the more he plays like that, the more opportunities he’s liable to get.
"Wilfried did well and gave us something a little different. We were short of forwards tonight – we didn’t have many options with Wayne being injured, Robin only meeting up with us later, Chicharito not here and Will Keane being injured. It just left us a little short of forward options tonight. But when Wilf came on he gave us a little bit and was certainly unlucky not to score with the chance he had.
"We’ll see how Wilfried does. We brought him here to give him a chance. It’s the first time I’ve worked with him, the first time I’ve really had the chance to see him up close, so he’ll certainly be part of the squad and we’ll see where we can fit him in."
One piece of team news emerged after Alex Buttner's withdrawal from the match early in the second half. "He just felt his hamstring tighten so we didn’t want to take any chances and got him off as soon as we could," reported Moyes.
Finally, the new boss was asked by MUTV about the experience of managing United for the first time in action. "We were all quite relaxed [the coaching staff]. We were looking forward to this first game. There was a great crowd here, a lot of Thai Manchester United supporters, so it was really good. We're disappointed we didn't give them more action than we did but nevertheless it's the start of a long season and that's just the first one."