Vidic: More trophies to come
Defender Nemanja Vidic is confident that today's Community Shield victory is just the begininng for Manchester United after last season's Premier League runners-up defeated champions Chelsea 3-1 at Wembley.
Antonio Valencia and Javier Hernandez gave Sir Alex Ferguson's men a two-goal lead and Dimitar Berbatov rounded off the win with a cool finish after Salomon Kalou had pulled a goal back for Chelsea.
"I believe there will be more (trophies) - this is just the beginning," said Vidic. "I think we have a good squad and showed today we have energy and showed some hunger.
"I think we did well today," added the Serbian central defender. "Some players who haven't played a lot pre-season had time to build up their fitness and they did well. Dimitar had a lot of pressure last year and we hope this year we will score more goals."
Paul Scholes impressed in United's midfield, with an impressive ball in the build-up to Valencia's goal arguably the high point. The former England midfielder said: "It was a good game and we're happy with the win. It's more of a pre-season friendly but it's a trophy, we've managed to win it and we're more than happy to do that.
"It's always good to beat Chelsea. They are a quality side who beat us three times last year. That's disappointing but we've got off to the right start this year.
"We weren't that far off last year - just one point in the league. With more determination this year hopefully we can go one step further."
However, asked if he was expecting a phone call from England manager Fabio Capello, with a view to revisiting his decision to end international career, Scholes said: "I don't think so, no."
Berbatov added: "It's my first goal in the Community Shield, so it's a good day for me. It's always good to score against a good side like Chelsea."