This is the team that the fans have been craving for since the Red Devils last lifted the Premier League title in 2013.
Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford's fierce competition for a starting place in the match-day XI has both players finding new levels.
West Brom have only scored four goals in their opening six Premier League fixtures.
The north London side will make the trip to Pep Guardiola's all-conquering Manchester City side at the Etihad Stadium in November before the Gunners host Manchester United at The Emirates in early December.
"I think they've made a big stride forward".
Manchester United have received the news that Romelu Lukaku doesn't have a serious ankle injury after going for an MRI scan.
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"We had the first break and two days after the players came back we had to play another game", the 54-year-old stated.
Crystal Palace, which has yet to garner a point, is at the bottom of the table. However, they have dismantled their opponents so far with a mixture of classical Jose Mourinho defending and brute power up front. Even Marouane Fellaini, long maligned by United fans, has been getting in on the act.
If the big six fail in their move for more TV rights money, they could look at alternative options, like re-visiting the idea of creating a European Super League.
Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United manager of 26 years, in 2013, it would be fair to say that the club have not picked up where the legendary manager left off. Ferguson amassed an incredible 38 trophies, including a record 13 Premier Leagues and two Uefa Champions Leagues. Herrera was man-of-the-match in, according to Mourinho, United's match of the season.
It certainly looks to be getting tougher from here on out as United will take on bitter rivals Liverpool upon their return to domestic football, United suffered their only dropped points of the campaign in the 2-2 draw with Stoke City after the last worldwide break and Mourinho admitted that he doesn't "welcome the break".