Roy Keane: Man United progressing nicely but bigger tests to come
The Manchester United legend is impressed with his former side's goal threat
Roy Keane has warned Manchester United that there are sterner tests to come after their first Champions League win of the season.
The Red Devils earned three points on Wednesday night after a 2-1 victory over Bundesliga side Wolfsburg thanks to goals from Juan Mata and Chris Smalling at Old Trafford.
They might not be at their best, but if you’re scoring three or four goals a game, you’ll win football matches
Louis van Gaal’s side have won their last four games domestic games after wins against Liverpool, Southampton, Ipswich Town and Sunderland.
While Keane warned there are tougher tests to come starting with a trip to Arsenal on Sunday afternoon, the former United captain admitted that he was impressed with their attacking threat in recent games.
“They’re progressing nicely,” Keane told ITV Sport.
“They haven’t really been tested in the league. We’ll have a better idea in the next few weeks when they play Arsenal, Everton and Manchester City. All you can do is beat the teams in front of you.
Keane added: “There is a balance to the team. They’re a big goal threat. They might not be at their best, but if you’re scoring three or four goals a game, you’ll win football matches.”
The 20-time English champions are top of the Premier League table ahead of their clash against the Gunners at Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils have collected 16 points from a possible 21 after seven Premier League games.