Mourinho believes Fellaini is among those setting the most positive example, with the Portuguese having always been a big fan of a much-maligned 30-year-old who has never let him down.
It very much seems like Pogba is anxious that he'd be absolutely buried by Mourinho if he were to open his mouth once again.
"If you want the truth, " Shaw said. I think teams are scared when they see Man United attacking and attacking.
"We've got that in a couple of days time, so we've got to dust ourselves off quickly and get rid of the disappointment".
Only seven games in and Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge has equalled his Premier League goal tally from last season - two.
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Watch Manchester United v Valencia live on RTÉ2 from 7pm on Tuesday and follow our live blog on RTE Sport Online and the News Now App. With 10 points from seven games, Mourinho has matched the club's previous worst Premier League start under Ferguson's successor, David Moyes.
"We didn't look like a team that was going to beat West Ham".
Sturridge's last England appearance came nearly one year ago but after finding some form in recent weeks, Southgate must seriously be considering bringing him back into the global setup. "We are here to prevent them from performing at their peak".
Kane's first was a predatory header and the second a clinical penalty, leaving no doubts that he is back on form in time for the crucial Champions League clash with Barcelona next week.
Pogba was stripped of the vice-captaincy last week, but one of Mourinho's most trusted lieutenants, Nemanja Matic, believes leadership is about how you perform on the pitch, rather than wearing the armband. "The most important thing is tomorrow's game, what happens in it and achieving a positive result".