United boss confident of winning silverware at Old Trafford.
New Manchester United boss David Moyes has issued a statement of intent after declaring his belief that the club could win a historic quadruple this season according to Goal.com.
United fans are heading into the summer months in tepid anticipation as they hope for a seamless transition from the now retired Sir Alex Ferguson to Moyes.
Ferguson brought an unprecedented era of success to the club and Moyes has it all to do to match his achievements.
But Moyes appears to be unfazed by what lies ahead of him and has heaped further pressure on himself by claiming he believes he could help the club go one better than anything they achieved under Ferguson by going on and winning what would be a sensational quadruple.
Moyes is keen to see his side challenge on all fronts despite not winning any silverware during his time in charge of Everton.
It remains to be seen how Moyes will cope with the very different pressures of Champions League football, as well as seeing the side through games where they are overwhelming favourites.
United officials appear to have every faith in him though as they have handed Moyes a six year deal, suggesting Moyes will be given time to make his mark on the United team.