Former Man United striker Dwight Yorke has backed Romelu Lukaku to be a big hit at Old Trafford this season, but has hinted that Mourinho's team is not good enough to win the Champions League.
"I had to work for it but the finale is that he's here, he's here with us and he's banging in the goals".
"But in good moments he was really good and especially in our dominance in the second half after the 2-0". "But they are very experienced and they also had some chances to score another because at the end we tried to go with everything to score and they had some counter-attacks".
Jose Mourinho's side were largely second-best in Tuesday's encounter in Skopje, but Matic insists his new teammates can not afford to dwell on the 2-1 defeat and must focus on Sunday's Premier League opener against West Ham.
"He was what we wanted him to be, to move the ball in a simple way to give balance to the team to start building from the back and he's a player with great experience, many years at the highest level and good experience good stability".
"He had a good fight against two good central defenders and I'm happy with his period and I'm happy with the way he fits into - I'm not exhausted to repeat - an wonderful group".