Manchester United will look to build on their emphatic 5-1 Premier League win over Cardiff City this week, as they take on Huddersfield Town at Old Trafford on Boxing Day.
Caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær got the post-Mourinho era off to a perfect start against the Bluebirds, and will be eager to put on a similarly vibrant display against the struggling Terriers on Wednesday afternoon.
The visitors are in dreadful form, and will head into the match knowing they could be in for a long afternoon against the rejuvenated Red Devils. With relegation looming ever present, the Terriers will need to produce a Christmas miracle of a performance to stand a chance of walking away with a credible result.
Here's the best possible XI United could field against David Wagner's side...
1. Goalkeepers & Defenders
David de Gea (GK): The Spain international has endured an error-strewn season thus far, but he'll be confident of earning a clean sheet against the goal-shy opposition on Boxing Day.
Luke Shaw (LB): After a layoff with injury - or as the more sceptical have suggested, a bust-up with Mourinho - Shaw is now back to full fitness, and should start the match.
Phil Jones (CB): Finding a regular centre-back pairing will be pivotal to United saving their season, and Solskjær appears to have put his faith in the England international.
Victor Lindelöf (CB): Swedish youngster Lindelöf hasn't exactly excelled at Old Trafford yet, but he looks likely to partner with Jones for the time being.
Ashley Young (RB): Evergreen and adaptable, Young's evolution into a right-back is likely to continue under Solskjær, and he'll start against Huddersfield.
Paul Pogba (CM): He's clearly delighted to be rid of Mourinho, and Pogba will look to reignite his United career as Solskjær builds the team around his talents.
Fred (CM): While Fred hasn't had much of a look-in of late, rotation is essential during the festive fixtures, and he could be deployed to give Nemanja Matić a much-needed rest.
Ander Herrera (CM): Fresh off the back of scoring a screamer in the Cardiff match, Herrera is likely to be the precision pass-making dynamo at the heart of United's midfield.
Alexis Sánchez (LW): It's still touch and go as to whether Sànchez will be fit for the Huddersfield match, but he could well return in order to give Martial a rest.
Marcus Rashford (CF): Rashford has been farmed out on the wing far too often during the early stages of his career, but he looks set to enjoy a spell down the middle with Solskjær now at the helm.
Jesse Lingard (RW): Lingard netted twice against Cardiff and looked to be brimming with confidence. He'll be looking to continue his scoring form against the Terriers' struggling defence.