Henrik Larsson has had chance to look back on the start of his spell at United.
"It felt great. Sometimes everything just works, and on Sunday it did," He said.
"I couldn't have hoped for more. It's such an amazing start to score right away and we won! I'm really happy that Ole Gunnar scored the second one at the end.
"The tempo is higher than in the Swedish league, but the tempo in
"I can adapt to it whenever. And hopefully the English way is also a tempo that I've got in my blood and that I can adapt to. Because it's a really high tempo."
"It's easier to adapt when you play with such great players," he said.
"I've trained with them a few times before Christmas and a week now before this game. We've trained a lot on how United play.
"And I've really been given the opportunity to play with a lot of the lads.
"I'm starting to understand the way they play better and better. And they understand how I play. But it's something that I feel can be even better.
"There are some things I feel I can still improve. With a little bit of luck I could have scored two more on Sunday. But I shouldn't complain."
Age hasn't changed his approach.
"I really don't think that much about those kind of things. I know it's boring to hear. But I'm still in the middle of my career. Even if I'm at the end of the career, I see it as if I'm in the middle of it. I'm really focused on my football. There isn't time to think too much. There are new games all the time. And you're only as good as your last game. Everything has an expiry date. And I have to keep playing well and helping the team every time I get the chance."
Will he stay?
"I have no idea how this adventure is going to end, but I do know that it's an amazing adventure to experience when you are 35. The welcome I got from the fans was fantastic. I don't know how the atmosphere among the United team has been in the past, but there's a great atmosphere in the club and dressing room. And that's the most important thing if you want to achieve your goals."