Swansea City defender Alfie Mawson believes Manchester United can win the title "comfortably" if they continue to showcase their form against the Swans for the rest of the season.
Jose Mourinho saw his side register a comfortable 4-0 victory, during their trip to the Liberty Stadium. The Red Devils have managed to win their first three matches and are yet to concede a goal in the Premier League.
United were leading the game 1-0 until the final quarter of the game. However, things changed quickly as three goals in the space of less than five minutes from Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial saw the Old Trafford club seal a comfortable win.
Mawson, who started in the heart of the back four for Paul Clement's side, was at the receiving end of United's impressive display and the England Under-21 international also hailed the quality in the Red Devils' squad.
"The quality they possess - every single player, especially in the starting XI. The bench is quite frightening as well," Mawson told Sky Sports.
"They've got players that will go and win you games, win you titles, they're just devastating. I'm personally tipping them to win the Premier League.
"If they carry on the form they've started the season with, they'll win the title - and maybe comfortably."
United added Victor Lindelof, Lukaku and Nemanja Matic to their squad in the summer transfer window. In addition to this, the 20-time English champions also re-signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a one-year deal.
Lukaku and Matic have started in all three games, while Lindelof is yet to make his Premier League debut. Mawson has hailed Mourinho's capture of the former Chelsea duo.
"Sometimes you think you need to go and outscore your opponents, but he's doing that and keeping a very tight ship at the other end of the pitch," Swansea defender said.
"He's obviously recruited really well this year and the players know they want to play for him. They want to be in the starting XI, and they know if you're not performing - with the funds they've got - he can go and get the next best thing. It's making them work harder."