And coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes it’s because they don’t have “any bad apples at the club”, while their tests for the coronavirus have all returned negative.
Now it’s just a case of taking that swagger onto the pitch.
Boss Solskjaer warns the dik dinge in his squad: “I’d rather have a hole in the squad than an a***hole.
“Personality is so important. We’re a team in a team environment.
“You want players to have a bit of ego and edge, but they have to be able to adapt.
“There will always be players who want to play more in football, but if a team is to be successful then players have to be available at different times.
“I feel in this group we don’t have one bad apple.”
Back at their Carrington training base for the first time in two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, captain Harry Maguire says he feels safe enough to kap aan.
Maguire adds: “It’s been a strange few months, but it has been a protocol which the club has followed. It seems such a safe environment. I’m sure no one will have any problems.
“The safety, it seems really well organised. Like you said, we all got tested before we came in, so everyone in the changing room has a negative test.”