The midfielder is targeting a win to heap more misery on Louis van Gaal's team.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Jordon Mutch is hoping the side can take advantage of the unfamiliarity that Manchester United players could have with each other ahead of their encounter at Old Trafford on Sunday.
United had a busy end to the transfer window, and there could be as many as four players making their debut for the club during Sunday's Premier League game.
Marcos Rojo finally obtained a work permit after signing from Sporting Lisbon, Luke Shaw has had to wait to make his competitive debut because of a hamstring injury following his signing from Southampton, whilst Daley Blind and Radamel Falcao completed their signings from Ajax and Monaco respectively on transfer deadline day.
Mutch is quoted in the Daily Mirror, saying: "Them not knowing each other's strengths or how they want to play could be good for us.
"We have experienced players and want to take three points from it. The plan is to be in United's faces and make it a difficult day for them.
"Their defence is not their strong point, so if we can keep creating chances we will cause them problems."
The R's want to build on the win they got against Sunderland prior to the international break, and a win for them at Old Trafford will pile the pressure on United - who have so far taken just the two points from their opening three fixtures, which included an opening day home defeat to Swansea City.
Angel Di Maria is also settling into life at Old Trafford, whilst Ander Herrera is in line for a return from injury after making a solitary opening day appearance so far.
Mutch is hoping that a lack of cohesion from United could be a factor in the game as Louis van Gaal looks to bed in so many players as well as come up with some results in order to kick-start the club's season.