"We always had more goals with wingers, midfielders getting 10 goals, central defenders getting five goals and last season that did not happen much. We are going to try to win the title".
"The other teams at the top of the Premier League have made three or four big signings, majority coming for foreign countries and they may need time to settle, but Spurs are ready to from the start now and have a proven team".
"I look forward to the season with optimism, with enthusiasm".
"That's what I love most about this squad: the players always give everything", he wrote.
Jose Mourinho's team were a constant threat against a poor Hammers side, offering excitement and encouragement to their supporters on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.
"I want, I want!". In the recent interview, he said "I praise my old club Manchester United, and I appreciate their fans, coaches, and every player".
Jose Mourinho is ready to chase trophies again in his second season with Man United.
As reported by the Guardian, on the prospect of re-signing Ibrahimovic once the 35-year-old striker has recovered, Mourinho said: "We are having conversations and discussing the possibility of him staying for the second part of the season".
But Neville, a former household name at Old Trafford, now believes United are in a position to win English football's top prize once more this season, particularly after the investment they have made into the team. Portuguese manager will have a mixture of youth and experience in his squad.
In the process, Hernandez helped United clinch two league titles as well as reach the 2011 Champions League final.
"To play in front of such a crowd and for such a great club, it's a dream come true", the Belgian told Sky Sports. I was thinking, three transfer windows, I need that.
Ahead of their Premier League opener, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is confident his side can maintain his flawless second-season record.
Head to head:The Red Devils did not have any troubles with West Ham United a year ago as they have won both meetings with the Hammers by at least two goals difference.
Mourinho played it all down, however, saying: "Last season we were also top of the league in the first match and we finished sixth so this means nothing. Not just for his qualities but also for my relationship with him, the way I know him, the way he knows me".