Moyes `vows` to `get things right` at Man Utd despite `shaky PL start`

London: Manchester United manager David Moyes has said that he is confident he will get things right at Old Trafford, according to reports.

According to the BBC, Moyes has guided Manchester United into the knockout stage of this season`s Champions League but a first home defeat to Everton for 21 years leaves them in ninth place in the Premier League.

Prior to the midweek defeat to his former charges, Moyes` side were unbeaten in 12 games but he admits performances need to improve, the report said.

He said that when people go into new jobs, it can take a little bit of time to settle in, adding that they have to do better but he is sure that United will get it right.

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney , who has scored 10 goals for United in all competitions this season, is suspended for the weekend after picking up a fifth booking against Everton, the report added.

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