The former Red Devils striker told The Mirror: “I think he has the ability to win [the Premier League].
“I think he is the right coach for that club, for that team.
“But a coach is only as good as his team, so it’s not like he can do miracles if the team is not good enough.
“And I feel the team is good – it’s progressing, becoming better.
“This is his third year, the players know more and more the way he wants to play and how he wants it – so I believe, yes.”
United currently sit eighth in the English top-flight having won just half of their eight games so far.
They are already seven points adrift of the early frontrunners and will return to action after the international break with a testing trip to Chelsea.
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