Robin van Persie

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie admitted that he can't wait to start training and playing with the Red Devils' new summer signings on a daily basis.

The Old Trafford club spent a whopping £151.3m during the summer transfer window to sign Angel di Maria, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind, Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw and landed Radamel Falcao on transfer deadline day as well.

United have had a poor start to the season after having picked up just two points in their opening three games.

However, van Persie feels that with all the new arrivals, Louis van Gaal's side will start performing better in the coming games. The Dutch striker has admitted his excitement in playing with some of the best players in the world.

"I can't wait to go and train and play with the world class players we have signed - wow!" Van Persie said, as quoted by the Mirror.

"That feeling, that we are going to perform well, has only got stronger after the buying of players over the last weeks. I find it very exciting, the arrival of all those new players."

"For me personally, it's brilliant to go and play with some of the best players in the world. It's great that I can go and train and play with them every day," the former Arsenal striker gushed.

Despite United's struggle with the new tactics brought in by the new manager, the Netherlands international believes that it is up to the players to adapt to the new formation and start performing better.

Van Persie feels that players should not get involved with tactical decisions and must only concentrate on the playing side of the game.

"It's plain and simple. The manager chooses his tactics. We, the players, have nothing else to do than to execute what the manager has in his mind," the Dutchman added.

"Tactics and formation are matters of the manager and his staff, not something the players must get involved in. We, the players, have not been educated as coaches. We are players, we play. I don't think we should even want to get involved in tactical discussions," Van Persie concluded.