Harry Redknapp has heaped praise on Manchester United teenager Adnan Januzaj and expects him to help the Red Devils hit a good run of form.
The QPR boss told the Man United official website that he fully believes David Moyes' men will soon embark on a good run of games, expecting them to "come back as strong as ever".
"The thing now is to go on a run," he said. "You can see United doing that with the Juan Mata signing plus Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie coming back."
The Red Devils are currently languishing in seventh place, seven points off the top four, and a whopping 15 points behind table-topping Arsenal.
But Redknapp believes that in Januzaj, United have a real talent.
He continued: "What a player he is! He's amazing and really could be anything. He could become another one of the truly great Manchester United Players."
The winger has been one of Moyes' shining lights this season, scoring three goals in the Premier League since making his debut in September's win over Crystal Palace.
And United will certainly be hoping to make Old Trafford the feared ground it once was. Redknapp has never won a Premier League game as a manager at the ground, but still misses going there.
"I miss it this year by not being in the Premier League. Old Trafford is one of those grounds I always look forward to visiting because of what they have achieved," he claimed. "There has always been an aura about the place for me."
Moyes will certainly be hoping Redknapp is proved right. United fans have been growing increasingly impatient with the Scot, and if Januzaj and co don't improve things soon, then United could have they worst-ever Premier League season.
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