London, Aug 17 (ANI): New Manchester United manager David Moyes has warned that it could take him two years to put his stamp on the club after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson as manager, and is confident that the owners have the patience to allow him to do so.
According to The Guardian, Moyes expressed that the Old Trafford club is not the one that really starts to bother itself when there is a defeat, and that he was aware of the job to continue the success of the club.
The manager said that the Glazers, who are the owners of the club, had been fantastic in their calmness, their openness, their support and where they wanted to take the club.
Moyes also said that he believed Ferguson would be a great mentor to him, and revealed that immediately after becoming manager, they discussed the make-up of the team and future plans. (ANI)