Manchester United new boy Marcos Rojo has said that the club need time to mould a side after a series of additions this summer under new manager Louis van Gaal, as reported by the Daily Express.
He has also said that the Dutch manager would be able to lead the club back into title contention, if he is given the time to carry out the work that needs to be done.
Rojo arrived at around the same time as Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao, although he has only just received international clearance to play for the Old Trafford club, and he has backed both players to be key players as his new team try and return to the Champions League.
He said: “There are some great players in the team. We obviously need to give them time so the new manager can build this team.
“But with the great names we have in our squad and the intelligence of the manager, I am sure many achievements will come along.
“Di Maria has got a lot of quality. He is very sharp and very fast so he can help a lot attacking in the other half.
“There are some good strikers in the squad. Falcao is always in the penalty box, he is very sharp and capable of making the most of any chance.
“It is a huge step forward in my career and my life and I am very happy to play for one of the best clubs in the world at the moment.
“I will try to find my place as soon as possible and help in every way I can so we get important trophies.”
The Argentinian international moved to Man Utd from Sporting Lisbon, and his transfer has led to the owner of his former club complaining heavily about the nature of third party ownership, something that affected him.