Manchester United are on another level, says Moyes

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David Moyes admits that being the manager of Manchester United is on another level. 

Moyes, who took over as United's boss from Sir Alex Ferguson on July 1, has revealed that the transition from Goodison Park to Old Trafford hasn't been easy.

The Scot has had a tricky start at the champions, having so far failed to bring a major signing to Old Trafford. He has also had to deal with the constant speculation over the future of Wayne Rooney, who has been the subject of interest from Jose Mourinho's Chelsea. 

When discussing his role as boss of the English giants, Moyes told Inside United: "The transition from Everton to United has been difficult at times as I have hard decisions to make. Everton are a great club and I was proud to manage them.

"I can't deny Manchester United are on another level. Let's be honest, it would be a step up from just about any club in the world."

And now Moyes' attentions will turn to this coming Sunday as he prepares his side to face Wigan Athletic in the Community Shield. 

However, the new United boss believes ex-manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, deserves the credit - if the Red Devils are successful at Wembley.  

"I will do my best to finish off the job, but it's Sir Alex who will deserve a lot of the credit if we're successful at Wembley. I cannot wait to get the season started.

"I know it won't always be easy, but I just hope we can all work together. My goal is to be successful and have a winning team. I hope that over the years we can have plenty of success."

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