David Beckham believes Manchester United will continue to be successful under new manager David Moyes.
The former Everton boss did not get off to the greatest start, with his side losing three of their first six Premier League games.
However Moyes' Manchester United have improved over the last couple of weeks with the Premier League champions winning their last four games.
And former Red Devils midfielder has told Manchester United fans they are in safe hands.
Beckham, speaking at his book launch, said on his boyhood club:
"I am a Manchester United fan. I have faith [in David Moyes].
"We have a great set up and we have the same players as we did last year, when we were champions.
"There is no reason why they wont be fighting for the title at the end of the season.
"They can turn things round. Sir Alex Ferguson has always said that when a player leaves the club moves on and it will be the same because they have another great manager in David Moyes."
Manchester United boss Moyes is expected to ring the changes for his side's Champions League clash against Real Sociedad on Tuesday night.
The Scotsman will be without injured quartet Rafael, Jonny Evans, Michael Carrick and Tom Cleverley.
Moyes may also look to rest a number of his stars - such as Robin van Persie and Adnan Januzaj - as Manchester United host Premier League leaders Arsenal on Sunday.