Manchester United skipper enjoying life after Fergie

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Nemanja Vidic has praised the start David Moyes has made as manager of Manchester United.

The Red Devils skipper said that the players are all enjoying playing under the former Everton boss, and that he has had no reason as of yet to use the 'hairdryer' treatment his predecessor was famous for.

Vidic has hailed Moyes' influence on the squad, and stated that everyone is happy working under his guidance.

"It is all positive with the new manager," said Vidic.

"The training is different – there are different kinds of routines – but that is normal when a new manager comes in.

"We are in good shape."

The Serbian international has also let it be known that despite their defeat to Liverpool before the international break, coupled with the fact that many are doubting United's title credentials already, Moyes has yet to use the 'hairdryer' treatment the players had been accustomed to under Sir Alex Ferguson.

"Until now he didn’t really need to us it," added Vidic.

"Like you say, hairdryer and shout at players, we didn’t need it because everything is going smooth.

"The players are training well, and as long as it’s like that, he won’t have any reason to do it.
"Hopefully it stays like that."

United will be looking to return to winning ways against Crystal Palace this weekend.

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