Manchester United are quickly acquiring one of the fastest squads in the Premier League, if not the world.
Last season we had the incredible pace of wingers Nani and Antonio Valencia to frighten wingers, but now Bebe, Javier Hernandez and Gabriel Obertan and threatening to strike fear in opposition defenders.
Hernandez has already established himself as a fans favourite at Old Trafford with winning goals against Valencia, Stoke and now Wolves, but we're still to see the electric pace he displayed at this Summer's World Cup, where he was officially the fastest player.
Obertan showed glimpses of his pace last night by breezing past the Wolves defence, while Bebe - although not as penetrative - showed that he can also use his speed to beat his man.
If Sir Alex can harness this pace and couple it with clinical passing and finishing, United could once again become a scary prospect on the counter attack, harking back to the Ronaldo days.
With so much speed in his squad, Sir Alex may momentarily forget where he is and check the odds on www.betrescue.com for a sneaky punt on the dogs.
But what is clear is that Manchester United's future is looking very bright indeed.