They comfortably beat Swiss side Young Boys on Wednesday, and host Wolves at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, with Jose Mourinho confirming that only Marcos Rojo and Ander Herrera are the only absentees through injury.
"We start poorly, we start both halves at a low intensity, and it's hard to win matches when you are not there with everything you have".
"They were in the game from the first minute".
Manchester United suffered consecutive losses to Brighton and Tottenham Hotspur to lose ground in the title race after three games.
"So, they got this season, the Portuguese national team goalkeeper [Rui Patricio], they got [Joao] Moutinho, who is one of the players of the 100 caps club". I think the team is more compact, is more solid, the spirit, the co-operation, the empathy, the communication, all of that improved in the team and good results bring confidence.
Mourinho's remarks are likely to be welcomed by Pogba especially as the Portuguese had reportedly angered the 25-year-old last month when he implied Pogba played much better for France at the World Cup than he did for United last season as he was not surrounded by his entourage.
"What is most important for me is that we are growing". He runs at players and gets more attention than most from those trying to stop him, but he loses possession too often.
Brazilian midfielder Fred drove home from the edge of the area after a sublime, one touch, deft short pass from Paul Pogba.
When Luke Shaw looped the ball back into the box, Lukaku was stood by himself six yards out but waited for the ball to fall for him.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo felt his side could have enjoyed a famous victory.
'I think we are going to be a better team.
"We are growing game by game".