Speaking ahead of Man United's clash with West Ham, Mourinho made it clear that he wants to add another winger to the ranks at Old Trafford but insisted he wouldn't cry if nobody else came in. "We go to sign and other clubs are always going to ask us for more". In the last season, he transformed our team when he changed the formation to 3-4-3.
"I think they're in a real good position, the squad looks strong and I think how Rashford, Martial and Lukaku play will determine what happens", said former United defender Gary Neville.
Forster kept the third-most clean sheets in the Premier League last season, and with a generous opening fixture list which sees Southampton play just one of the top eight from last season until November, Forster will do very well.
"The West Ham supporters I've spoken to are very happy with the new players".
But with a sixth place finish in the Premier League and a quarter-final exit in the FA Cup, Pogba says the team are aiming to win it all this season and get United back to being regular multiple-trophy winners.
"It would be better to lose two or three matches but win three or four more matches, and then we would have six to eight more points".
"Of course we tried to buy good defenders to defend the duels, good situations".
"We have a central midfielder and striker, so obviously another player would be one coming from the sides".
It will be a rough ride towards the 21 championship in United's history and Jose Mourinho's players will have to improve many things in manager's second season at the club.
While Mourinho has welcomed the new signings, he argues that of greater significance is the fact his team will not have their domestic fixture list disrupted by the Europa League this season.
Everton - Ronald Koeman has done a fantastic job and the signing of Wayne Rooney is magical for the player and the club. Lukaku's first season among the elite clubs should give us a better perspective of how far he could go and more experienced players like Antonio Valencia, David De Gea and Nemanja Matic will have to steer the team safely towards the knock-out stages for starters.