After a goalless first half at Old Trafford, Adnan Januzaj’s cross led to Antonio Valencia’s opener in the 47th minute.
The win is the same size as other win – all you can get is the three points for it
And the 18-year-old midfielder was again involved in the build-up as Danny Welbeck fired Patrice Evra’s cross home in the 59th minute to hand United’ their fifth win in six league games.
“We should have scored more,” Moyes told Sky Sports. “Chris Smalling and Shinji Kagawa had great chances. We’re hoping to give the supporters some more goals here.”
The Scot continued: “I thought we played well. We started the game well but didn’t do enough in the first half. We limited them to very few opportunities today. In the end we got the results we deserved.
“The win is the same size as other win – all you can get is the three points for it.”
Moyes also reserved praise for Januzaj, who he opted to switch to the left wing after starting the teenager in a No10 position in the first half.
“He played very well as a No10 behind the striker against Sunderland,” said Moyes, whose side remain seventh in the Premier League.
“We thought we’d start him there today to see if he could create us any more goals or opportunities but it hadn’t worked so well in the first half so we brought him back out wide in the second half and that worked much better.”
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