Moyes confident of Manchester United turnaround

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Manchester United boss David Moyes is confident he can turn the Premier League champions' disastrous start around.

Moyes' Old Trafford tenure has got off to a nightmare start as his side are currently languishing in 12th spot in the Premier League.

Moyes saw his side lose 2-1 at home to West Brom on Saturday, which has heaped pressure on the Scotsman.

Despite United's mediocre start to the season, Moyes believes his side will come good.

Speaking ahead of Manchester United's Champions League encounter against Shakhtar Donetsk, Moyes said on his side's recent poor form: "I have been in situations very similar to this at my old clubs Everton and also at Preston.

"You get on and you do the right things. I haven’t changed what I have done. I will continue to do that. The results will come. I have no doubt about that."

The 50-year-old said at the weekend that he felt his side did not have enough world-class players to win this season's Champions League, however he has since clarified his comments.

"I said to win the Champions League you need to have a certain amount of world-class players," added Moyes.

"That is something which we will try and do. Of course we will try and win the Champions League.

"It is part of the job at Manchester United and I will do everything possible to try and make that happen."

Moyes will be hoping his side can take control of Group A by getting a positive result at the Donbass Arena on Wednesday night.

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