Young star Anthony Martial once again showed why United paid £36million for his services with two more goals which have given him the ideal base to a new life at Old Trafford, having been praised by Louis van Gaal.
"He has the talent for it. But I have also said when you are 19 years old you can not expect consistency of a player that age". He adapts to the system of how we want to play, that is also important.
'It's a fantastic result away at Southampton and I think we have made a statement that we shall compete for the title, ' the Dutchman told United's official website.
French teenager Martial has scored three goals in his first 111 minutes of Premier League football following his shock £36m deadline day move from Monaco.
In an earlier game, Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min scored on his home Premier League debut as they beat Crystal Palace 1-0 to continue their climb up the table after a deserved victory in an end-to-end London derby.
And he warned that dips in the form are only to be expected.
And France worldwide team-mate Schneiderlin reckons there is much more to come from the 19-year-old and claims his calm personality has helped him cope with the pressure and expectations following his big-money move.
"What I am saying all the time is that we have to improve". "The first 30 minutes we played perfectly, we had good organisation and they had difficulty breaking us, reflected Southampton manager Ronald Koeman". He scores goals. That is the most important thing. It was a great team performance, but details make the difference.
The Frenchman also discussed how United had been able to see the game out, after losing to Swansea and PSV despite taking the lead in both of those fixtures.
Van Gaal said: "Friday was his first training session with the group so it's almost done but he's not match fit". "In general, not criticising Maya, I hate players who pass the ball back to the goalkeeper, play it into the space in front". I have said to the players that gaps in the opponent's organisation exist.