Fergie's praise for improving Berba by Tom Kell, 21 October 2008 After seeing Dimitar Berbatov pay off another small chunk of his Â£30 million pricetag with two goals against Celtic, Sir Alex Ferguson admitted that he feels the Bulgaria striker is bringing an added dimension to Manchester United. Both of Berbatov's strikes in the 3-0 win over Celtic were borderline offside, but both stood and, coupled with yet another goal for Wayne Rooney, helped United to keep their place at the top of Champions League Group E. United were rampant for much of last season's double-winning campaign thanks to the fluidity of Rooney, Carlos Tevez and Cristiano Ronaldo, but it was no secret that Ferguson still had his eyes out for something else. Berbatov, it seems, is that something else. "He is bringing that composure to the final third of the field,â€ Ferguson told ITV. â€œHopefully the combination is developing with not only Wayne but also Carlos, but he had a little hip injury tonight so we took him off." Meanwhile, as is custom for goalscorers, Berbatov shrugged off doubts that his goals should have stood and hailed his improvement under Ferguson's charge. "It was great for me to score again here and importantly we won the game,â€ he said. "I will improve, that's why I'm here at the biggest club and everything is working right at the moment. "You must be always 100 percent in the game and that's what I'm doing, in the past I lacked that in some games."