Mourinho's Man Utd on longest win streak in seven years

Saturday's 4-0 romp over Reading has continued the Red Devils' fantastic run of form across all competitions

The days when Manchester United couldn't string even two wins together earlier this season seem a distant memory as Jose Mourinho's men romped to their eighth successive victory in all competitions.

Rooney makes history in Reading rout

The Red Devils have won every single match since being held to a 1-1 draw at Everton on December 4, including Saturday's 4-0 thrashing of Reading in the FA Cup.

Prior to that, Mourinho's team had gone over two months since winning back-to-back matches, and no United fan needs reminding of their patchy record of winning games consistently since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down in 2013.

Their current eight-game win streak is actually the longest they've had since September 2009, a season in which they ultimately finished second behind Chelsea in the Premier League.

Next up for United is a League Cup semi-final first leg against Hull City on home soil before visiting Liverpool next weekend for a return to Premier League action.