Paris Saint-Germain forward Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting accepts that Manchester United have changed and expects a challenge in next month’s Champions League clash
Interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won all six of his opening games in charge to break the legendary Sir Matt Busby’s 73-year-old record.
Since replacing Jose Mourinho, the Norwegian’s instant impact has also seen the likes of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford return to their very best.
And Choupo-Moting admits that United’s progress under Solskjaer hasn’t gone unnoticed over in France.
“Manchester United, they have changed. But it’s always like that when you change coaches,” the Cameroon international told RMC Sport.
“There may be a new state of mind in the team, everyone wants to show their best.
“But I do not care about other teams, we have to think about ourselves, we believe in ourselves.
“We have the quality to beat anyone but it will be a tough match because Manchester United are a very good team with great quality players.”
Fellow PSG forward Edinson Cavani also gave his views on the Red Devils’ upturn in form.
The first leg of United and PSG’s last-16 clash will take place at Old Trafford on February 12 with the return leg at the Parc Des Princes set for March 6.