Jose Mourinho says his Manchester United team is lacking in personalities
The Red Devils are also on course to win the Europa League for the first time in their history, reaching the quarter-finals last week.
However, despite their recent run of results, Mourinho thinks his side are still lacking in personalities in the dressing room.
And he explained the experienced heads of Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are few and far between.
Jose Mourinho is glad to have the experience of Zatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick
"Manchester United no longer has the super personalities that were [Ryan] Giggs, [Paul] Scholes or Roy Keane," Mourinho told magazine France Football.
"You have to adapt to the reality of the club, its needs and its demands -it's called being intelligent.
"The priority is to establish relationships of peace and love in a group in order to create stability.
"There is a new group of players that have to adapt. There is [Wayne] Rooney and [Michael] Carrick, who are the last faces of this generation.
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"That is why it was important for me to get Zlatan [Ibrahimovic].
"In this team he had – without being English and without knowing the club's culture – the personality and profile to be more than just a player.
"Mind games, which involve trying to manipulate someone psychologically through the media, are a way to create a state of thinking.
"But they're most effective when you have a team full of personalities who are ready to take that kind of talk on board."