BIRTHDAY boy Wayne Rooney is relishing his new partnership with 'brilliant' United striker Carlos Tevez.
Rooney has run into his best form of the season - he has scored seven goals in six games for club and country - while Tevez is looking more settled with every game.
Carlos Tevez admits he's loving life at Manchester United.
He said: "I love it here. Things have been going really well. It is great playing up front with Wayne (Rooney), he is an exceptional player.
"I believe we can achieve great things this season. I know how important the Premier League is to this club but Europe as well."
BEN Foster has revealed the dark humour of the United medical staff is keeping him going during his long fight for fitness.
Although he could yet be back in action by the end of February or the beginning of March, Foster has effectively written off the season after being forced to undergo cruciate ligament surgery last summer.
Sir Alex Ferguson faces an anxious wait for news on a scan on Paul Scholes' knee injury.
He will desperately hope rumours the former England midfielder will require an operation prove unfounded.
The diagnosis following the scan is expected on Wednesday.
Sir Alex Ferguson saluted his in-form attack after Manchester United fired four goals past shell-shocked Dynamo Kiev.
Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a brace and there were further goals for Wayne Rooney and Rio Ferdinand as United created chance after chance.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson hailed John O'Shea and Darren Fletcher for their performances in last night's 4-2 victory at Dynamo Kiev.
United's win was achieved without key midfielders Paul Scholes and Patrice Evra, who suffered a calf strain during the warm-up.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson says goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is fully fit, despite substituting the Dutchman late in last night's 4-2 victory at Dynamo Kiev.
Ferguson also confirmed Van der Sar had not suffered an injury and his decision to introduce Tomasz Kuszczak 10 minutes from the end had been pre-planned.
"Edwin wasn't hurt," said Ferguson.
Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo helped a dominant Manchester United to a comfortable victory at Dynamo Kiev.
Kiev's defence was poor. Actually to be blunt, they were awful for much of the match. They looked disjointed against a United side whose attacking wave of Carlos Tevez, Rooney, Ronaldo and Giggs were a cut above sublime.
Edwin Van Der Sar is looking forward to the Champions League match away in Kiev.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson played questions over Louis Saha's fitness with a straight bat yesterday.
Last season Ferguson spoke publicly of the difficulties of convincing Saha he was fit to play. But the United manager has abandoned that tactic. Last night - crammed inside an interview area the size of a shoebox at the Olympiyskiy Stadium - Ferguson rather ducked the issue.