Moyes leaves United on a high. After steering the club to it's first title after Ferguson retired, Moyes deserves full credit for what he has achieved.
"Winning the community shield was the highlight of my career. Coming to United and winning my first trophy, it was the best scenario one could wish for. I've prepared the club for the future by signing Fellaini and Mata and letting Vidic leave on a free transfer."
Moyes has done what Ferguson could not, winning a title in his maiden season, and he can leave holding his head high despite steering the Red Devils to their lowest ever league position.
"There is no shame in losing to the likes of City and Everyone. Sorry, I meant Everton. These are clubs on a rise while I'm here to save a sinking ship. Look at Chelsea, they have lost to Sunderland, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa in a couple of weeks. And while they are above us in the table, they have won nothing. In the end, trophies talk, and I have won a trophy."
Moyes lays down plans for the future, claiming that Giggs is the right man to take United forward.
"For Giggs to become the interim manager is for him to make the position permanent for himself. We've specially prepared for him to suffer a season of ignominy so he can feel what being a manager is really like. After 2013/2014, nothing should daunt Ryan anymore. I've set out what I came to achieve and I'm pleased. Giggs is absolutely the right man to take United forward."
On Liverpool breaking the stranglehold by Chelsea, United and City.
"Liverpool had it coming for a while. It's all to stoke the passion of the fans. We've been too used to winning the title by a mile. The fans have lost some fervor because of arrogance. By helping Liverpool to the title, we reignite the passion in the fans. If you can't support us when we lose, don't support us at all."
On his plans for the future
"Arsene has been discussing with me about his retirement for a while, I think maybe it's time to take that step forward for Arsenal. Every season they win a title, and the fans are jubilant. We need to change that title. Fourth place, while applaudable, is not a title. When Arsenal wins the FA Cup and Wenger retires, I'll perform the same services on them and make Rosicky the next manager in training."
That's all from David Moyes, Red Devils keep your heads high.