Manchester United have made the perfect start to the Premier League season, but one of their most fondly remembered former strikers is plotting their downfall.
Jose Mourinho's side have begun the campaign with three wins from three matches, without conceding a goal, and start the weekend top of the table as they prepare to visit Stoke City on Saturday.
But they have not won at the bet365 Stadium since United old boy Mark Hughes became Stoke's manager in 2013 and midfielder Ander Herrera knows his side are in for a difficult afternoon.
"The Premier League is very long and every team can beat you," Herrera said. "Now we have to face Stoke and we've had four seasons without winning there. It's been a good way to start the season, but we cannot relax.
"We are ready to face them and, hopefully, the weather is not so bad there because, when it is bad, it is very difficult to play. "We are ready. No excuses - let's try to win there. We are Manchester United, so we are not scared."