Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson praised his side's attacking play as last season's Premier League champions cruised to a 4-2 Champions League victory at Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday.
Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a brace for Ferguson's injury-hit side and further goals by Rio Ferdinand and Wayne Rooney ensured United scored four times for the third successive match to cement their place at the top of Group F.
"The attacking play was excellent," the veteran boss said after the match.
"You can't ask for better than that. We could have scored a lot of goals, but all in all I've got to be pleased with that result.
"What's pleasing is that, no matter which side we're playing, they're adapting, they're getting on with it.
"They're not worrying about what formation we're playing or what team we're playing because they've all got the ability and there's a great team spirit about the place, and I think that's important in the situation we're in at the moment.
"(Last season) we made changes which didn't work, went to Copenhagen then lost to Celtic when we should have won, then we ended up having to win the last game. But this team is more mature now."