There is a buzz of positivity all around Old Trafford as Manchester United's good form under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues.
United beat Brighton 2-1 on Saturday to secure a sixth straight league win since the Norwegian took over from Jose Mourinho in December.
With the likes of Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba in goalscoring form, Solskjaer's team are continuing their push for the Premier League top four.
But they could dip into the transfer market this month to increase their squad options.
Here's a roundup of the top Manchester United stories over the past 24 hours.
Manchester United are considering a possible move for Benfica youngster Joao Felix, according to reports in Portugal.
The Benfica starlet, who can play on either wing or as a secondary striker, has already caught the attention of Liverpool , Barcelona and Manchester City .
But Portuguese newspaper Record suggests that scouts from Old Trafford are "accumulating reports" on the 19-year-old as they consider whether to make a formal bid.
Earlier this month Liverpool reportedly launched a massive £60m bid for Felix.
Manchester United will announce that Anthony Martial has extended his contract with the club in the next week, according to reports in France.
TF1 claim, via Get French Football News , that a new deal keeping Martial at Old Trafford until 2024 has been agreed with the forward and his agent Philippe Lamboley.
The news will come as a major U-turn should it be announced in the next few days.
Martial had appeared set to leave the club in the summer after falling out of favour with the now former boss Jose Mourinho, who publicly criticised him for not returning to the club's pre-season training camp in the US following the birth of his child.
Marcus Rashford can achieve the same iconic status as Manchester United legends Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Rashford marked his 150th United appearance with a stunning strike and an all-action man-of-the-match display, providing more compelling proof of the glittering career that lies ahead for him.
All three made their United debuts at 18, but Rashford has reached 150 appearances quicker than Rooney and Ronaldo, two of the biggest names in Old Trafford history.
Asked if Rashford can one day be in the same bracket as Rooney and Ronaldo, Solskjaer, who played with both at United in the latter years of his career, said: “Yeah, definitely. He can be absolutely top-class.
“He’s only 21, but he is showing maturity at times beyond that. The more you score the more chance you have of being confident, of running into the same positions, and the way he works during the week is fantastic because he practises a lot.”