“You can feel the power of the supporters. It’s good for us but we have to play well.
“I feel very comfortable here, especially when we have matches here. It’s a big stadium, a big honour to play for United in that stadium, especially in the Champions League.
“Yes, I think we have the strength to win the Champions League. But we have to do our work. We lost the match at PSV last time out, so we have to win our games at home, take it step by step.
“The team spirit is our main strength.”
However, having lost their first game in the group stage, United are likely to first need to get a result against Wolfsburg at Old Trafford.
It’s a game Schweinsteiger is looking forward to: “I scored my first goal away at Wolfsburg so I have good memories but it’s not easy to play against them, it’s always tough.
“They have a great team, they’ve improved a lot in the last few years. I have some friends in the team, especially Dante, so I’m looking forward to seeing them.”