Thursday Briefing: 'We're finding our rhythm'
Victor Lindelof believes that Manchester United have found our mojo, after the Reds racked up a second consecutive clean sheet, and hit Champions League semi-finalists RB Leipzig for five, on Wednesday night.
It's come around pretty quickly, but it's time to select our Player of the Month for October. Once we have the shortlist, you will have the opportunity to cast an all-important vote.
We'll also begin the build-up to the FA Youth Cup semi-final on Friday night, as Neil Ryan's Academy side take on Chelsea at St George's Park, which was postponed from 2019/20 due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
We've spoken to Neil and some of his players ahead of the conclusion to last season's tournament, which will be played over a long weekend at the neutral venue.
The tie is live on BT Sport but MUTV will also show the game in full in the UK, as the young Reds strive to set up a Monday date with either Manchester City or Blackburn Rovers. We have won the trophy 10 times, one ahead of Chelsea's nine.
Did we mention we trounced RB Leipzig 5-0 and now top Champions League Group H by three points?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also confirmed that the reason Alex Telles has missed Wednesday's match was because the left-back has tested positive for COVID-19.
Marcus Rashford was named Man of the Match after the Leipzig win, and became only the second player in United history to net a hat-trick as a substitute. The first? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who blasted four in 13 minutes after coming on against Nottingham Forest in February 1999.
Top Academy prospect Ethan Galbraith put pen to paper on a new contract. The Northern Irish midfielder converted the Under-23s' match-winning penalty in a 2-1 win over Everton last Friday.
The club also declared its readiness to welcome back fans to Old Trafford as soon as the UK government gives the green light for stadiums to reopen.