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Thankfully, as poor as the defence and midfield have been this season, the one constant in the team's performances is a skilled attacking line-up.
Despite missing a vast proportion of the season, Robin van Persie showed at the start of the year that he is in as good a goalscoring form as ever.
His partnership with United's thus far player of the season, Wayne Rooney, was a marvel to behold, and many United fans will be eager to see the two linking up together once again.
What has also been incredibly encouraging in the last few weeks is the sudden re-emergence of Danny Welbeck's scoring touch.
Having had a terrible time at United prior to this year, Danny has now scored four times in the last four Premier League games (six for the season in total).
Considering he is regularly battling it out with RVP, Rooney and Javier Hernandez for a spot in the side, that is a fairly impressive return in front of goal.
This is one area that the club doesn't need to worry about so much right now—which is at least some comfort, I'm sure, for Moyes.