Cristiano Ronaldo admits Manchester United want time to hit their stride after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s spending spree.
Ronaldo returned for a second spell with United after leaving Juventus in a blockbuster switch in August.
The 36-year-old striker wasn’t the one high-profile signing made by United boss Solskjaer within the shut season.
France World Cup winner Raphael Varane arrived from Real Madrid to bolster the centre of United’s defence, whereas England ahead Jadon Sancho was lured from Borussia Dortmund.
United have but to string collectively a constant run regardless of their inflow of top-class expertise.
Portugal star Ronaldo believes it’s a matter of permitting the staff time to gel.
“We are in a moment in my opinion that Manchester do a few changes. They buy me, they buy Varane and Sancho,” Ronaldo instructed Sky Sports.
“The adaptation will take time, even the system of the sport that we play, however I feel step-by-step we now have to place it in our thoughts that all the pieces is feasible.
“Everyone ought to know their position. I do know my position within the staff, within the membership, my position is to attain objectives, to assist the staff with my expertise and knowhow to know the sport.
“If everyone is thinking like that, sacrifice for the team, I think we will be a better team.”
United have gone three Premier League matches and not using a win, a run that included losses to Leicester and Aston Villa.
They have been at risk of one other damaging loss within the Champions League on Wednesday when Atalanta raced right into a two-goal lead at Old Trafford.
But United eased the strain on Solskjaer with a spirited second-half fightback capped by Ronaldo’s late headed winner.
Solskjaer‘s aspect don’t have any margin for error this weekend once they host bitter rivals Liverpool, who’re already 4 factors forward of them within the Premier League.
It is the sort of high-stakes encounter that United introduced Ronaldo again to Manchester for.
Criticised for his work-rate in some quarters, in addition to his grumpy response to being named as an alternative to the draw towards Everton, Ronaldo has blocked out the noise to internet six objectives in eight video games.
He insists there isn’t any probability he will likely be unsettled by the relentless scrutiny United are beneath.
“I will close mouths and win things. Criticism is always part of the business,” he stated.
“I’m not anxious about that. And I see it as a great factor to be trustworthy.
“If they worry about me or they speak about me, it’s because they know my potential and value in football still.”