Manchester United still in for hard season despite good form Jose Mourinho

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"But I think it's going to be a very hard season, not just for us, also for the others because the others they can say exactly the same as I am saying".

"But I think we are going to be a better team".

Jose Mourinho's charges have bounced back strongly from an heavy defeat to Tottenham last month by claiming consecutive away wins in the league and a comfortable victory of Young Boys in Europe mid-week.

Mourinho confirmed Sanchez - left on the bench in Bern and without a goal in four games this season - would return on Saturday.

'For sure, a hard season, ' said the United manager ahead of Saturday's clash with Wolves at Old Trafford.

Mourinho's remarks are likely to be welcomed by Pogba especially as the Portuguese had reportedly angered the 25-year-old last month when he implied Pogba played much better for France at the World Cup than he did for United last season as he was not surrounded by his entourage.

The Portuguese coach predicted during the summer his team would face a "difficult" campaign and despite victories over Burnley, Watford and Young Boys, he has not changed his mind. The spirit, the cooperation, the empathy and communication have all improved in the team.

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"Because Martial played 90 minutes and Sanchez played zero". "He plays Tuesday again", Mourinho was quoted as saying by the Mirror.

The former Arsenal star has scored just three times since his January move to Old Trafford and is yet to open his account for the season.

'I am optimistic, but a hard season, yes.' Mourinho admitted that the mood can change quickly in football, adding: 'I think good results and good performances make miracles.

"And bad results and bad performances, they make you look more exhausted, more upset, more ugly, more everything". Football is a little bit like this.

"I would say Marcos Rojo is the one that is still not training with the team and Ander Herrera is not ready to play but is in the final phase of his recovery process", Mourinho said.

"A team that yesterday looked very bad, today looks very good and yesterday looked very good, today looks very bad".

"It's more about the moment and the momentum is very important in the positive and negative way".

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