Manchester United manager David Moyes doesn't expect any problems in signing players this summer.

The Red Devils are set to miss out on Champions League football, and some have suggested that this may make attracting players difficult.

However, former Everton chief Moyes insists that players are positive about joining the Old Trafford club.

"All the players that I seem to talk to are really keen to join Manchester United, so let's hope that comes to fruition in the summer time." Moyes is quoted as saying in the Express.

United have had their worst season in decades, and missing out on the Champions League would make attracting top class players more difficult.

Moyes may yet guide United to the Europa League, and they bounced back from derby defeat with an assured 4-1 victory over Aston Villa.

A Wayne Rooney brace, along with goals from Javier Hernandez and January recruit Juan Mata gave United the win, and Moyes is looking to make further signings like the Spaniard.

Speaking to BT Sport following the win, he said: "When I came in I knew exactly what the task was going to be. We have to build a team here.

"I've already got a very good team, I took over the champions from Sir Alex, it's a great team.

"But now there's time where we have to try and add to that. We're looking to add to it."

Along with arrivals, several players are set to leave Old Trafford this summer.

Nemanja Vidic has already agreed to join Italian giants Inter Milan, and Patrice Evra - amongst others - could follow him out the door.

Next up for Moyes and Manchester United is the visit of Bayern Munich.

The Germans are favourites for the Champions League and will prove a stern test for the Scot.

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