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Jose Mourinho: The one word that best describes this Manchester United squad at the moment


Jose Mourinho says "confidence" is the right word to describe his Manchester United squad after two wins from two in the English Premier League.

The Red Devils have been in phenomenal form so far this season as they eased past West Ham United and Swansea City.

But the Portuguese says leading the table at this stage of the season means nothing as he urged his players not to be complacent.

"The word that describes better the team now is confidence," Mourinho said after victory over Swansea City.

"The team is confident, the team starts the game confident, the team starts the second half confident.

"But I want to see the way we emotionally react to losing it because it's also another stage - be losing and try to change a result because in this moment everything is going in our favour.

"You know, it's not always motorway. You always find difficult roads and we have to be ready."

"Of course, this time last season we had six points from our first two games and we finished sixth.

"This start means nothing. The important thing for me is we've played well in these two games and we have to keep that going. I don't like that people are looking at these matches and thinking they are easy matches, but the team is consistent and confident and we have to carry on."

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