Vidic confident of European success

Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic believes that the club can go all the way in this year’s Champions League, ESPN understands.

The Premier League champions have suffered disappointment in their last two European campaigns; losing to Real Madrid in the last sixteen last season, and failing to progress from the group stages the year before that.

They reached the final three times between 2008 and 2011, and Vidic is confident that David Moyes can lead the club to the showpiece event at the Estadio da Luz in May.

Meanwhile, the former Serbia international has insisted that he is now injury free, according to the Mirror.

The defender has had many spells on the side-lines over the past two seasons following a serious knee injury he sustained in December 2011.

However, he has played every minute of the clubs three games so far this season, and is confident that his injury concerns are a thing of the past.

Elsewhere, David Moyes is considering a move for Sheffield United’s promising centre back Harry Maguire in January, according to the Mail Online.

Maguire, who recently broke into the England U21 side, is one of the hottest prospects outside of the Premier League, and would cost a reported £4m.