By FOX SPORTS Staff
Under the guidance of wily manager Sir Alex Ferguson, United teams over the years have consistently had the ability to come from behind to win games; this season alone, the Red Devils have already managed to win an incredible nine Premier League games despite going behind in each of them.
Whilst critics have highlighted United's defensive frailties as the reason for that statistic, Kagawa believes that more credit must be given to the Red Devils for being able to mount comeback after comeback and praised the mental strength of the team.
"It's difficult to develop that ability to come from behind and win," Kagawa was quoted as saying by the official United website.
"But with so many experienced players in the team, we have a mentality here at United to play calmly even when we're losing.
"Although we've had many comebacks this season and we might make it look easy, it's actually very difficult. I can tell you this from my experiences with Dortmund."
One of the reasons for United's ability to win games despite going behind has been their proficiency in front of goal, and Kagawa has pinpointed fellow summer signing Robin Van Persie as the key for the team in attack.
"He's [Van Perise] a player who can do a crucial job to win in almost every game," Kagawa gushed.
"He is a top player, obviously. It's a wonderful experience for me to be able to play with him.
"For the team, it's always encouraging to have players like van Persie and Rooney when you're attacking."
Kagawa also emphatically declared that nothing less than winning the Premier League title this season would do for the Red Devils given that they currently hold a commanding nine point lead over nearest challengers Manchester City.
"A big club is expected to win every game and also to be the champions," Kagawa added.
"So that's definitely our goal. I'll do my best to contribute to the team so that, come the end of the season, I can feel I've made a contribution to what will hopefully be a title win."
United will take on Everton in their next Premier League fixture.