Manchester United starlet backs Moyes to win trophies

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Adnan Januzaj insists Manchester United will win trophies under David Moyes following their 3-0 victory over Aston Villa on Saturday.

The promising youngster starred for the Red Devils as they secured their first Premier League win in five games to ease the pressure on Moyes, who was drafted in as Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement at the end of last season.

Manchester United now sit in 8th place after 16 games, with 10 points separating them from Premier League leaders Arsenal.

Despite the gap, Januzaj is confident that Manchester United can flourish under Moyes, and says that silverware will continue to arrive at Old Trafford even with Sir Alex Ferguson gone.

He will win trophies," the winger told MUTV.

"Don't forget, it is a new coach. Everything is new. You have to gave it time.

"I think he is a good coach. All the players are ready to work hard as well and everything will come."

Januzaj has been one of the bright spots of Moyes' gloomy reign so far; the 18-year-old has made 10 appearances in total and scored two stunning efforts in Manchester United's 2-1 win over Sunderland in October.

Despite the hyperbole that surrounds the youngster, he insists his primary goal for now is just establishing himself as a first-team regular at Old Treafford.

"I am happy with here," he said. "When I moved to Manchester United I wanted to play with the first team.

"Now I want to stay here, play for a long time if I can and be the best player I can be."

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