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Jan 11, 2014

Moyes: We can build on Swansea win

David Moyes believes Manchester United have laid a platform from which to attack the second half of the season -- but insists he still expects plenty of improvement from his side following their 2-0 win over Swansea.

David Moyes shows his frustration, shadowed by Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup on the touchline
David Moyes finally stopped the rot at home.

- Payne: A work in progress

Second-half goals from Antonio Valencia and Danny Welbeck ensured the nightmare scenario of four successive defeats for the first time since 1961 did not materialise for the Old Trafford outfit.

Indeed, had Chris Smalling and Shinji Kagawa taken gilt-edged chances later in the game, they could have been looking back on a handsome triumph. As it is, that depressing start to 2014 has been halted, even if Moyes accepts there is still plenty of work to do.

"From the start of the second half I thought we played very well,'' said Moyes. "I hope it is going to improve an awful lot on that but you have to start somewhere and that was more like it. We scored two goals, should have had a few more and I can't remember Swansea having a chance hardly.''

Although United started brightly, their failure to score led to them becoming anxious. It took Moyes' half-time decision to switch Adnan Januzaj, who had started in a central position, with Kagawa, who began on the left, to change the course of the game.

Januzaj was outstanding and the 18-year-old provided the cross from which Valencia eventually scored after Kagawa's header had been saved. And he was also involved in the move that ended with Welbeck flicking in his sixth goal in nine games.

"Adnan has been like that since day one,'' said Moyes. "I speak to him a lot and he tells me he can play anywhere. He is not a nervous boy. He needs teaching and understanding because he is still learning the game but his natural talent and ability is up there with the best. In time he will prove that.''

And at the end of a tortuous few days, Moyes insisted he was handling the pressure with some degree of comfort. "I sleep great every night,'' he said. "I am not nervous at all.''

 

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