Thierry Henry believes Belgium can "make history" if they fulfil their potential and is eager to work on their mentality after being announced as Roberto Martinez's assistant.
The former Arsenal striker will be working with the likes of Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku when he meets up with the Red Devils ahead of the friendly against Spain and the World Cup qualifier away to Cyprus.
"It is an exciting challenge, but one of the things we are going to have to work on is the team's mentality...
Thierry Henry will join the Belgium national team's coaching staff as Roberto Martinez's assistant.
Former France international Henry had been working as coach of Arsenal's under-18 side before leaving last month after Arsene Wenger told him he could not continue in the role unless he quit his work as a TV pundit.
He will now take on a role with Belgium, who are second in the FIFA World Ranking but failed to live up to expectations under Marc Wilmots at Euro 2016, where they were beaten 3-1 by Wales...
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has said he is giving everyone a "fresh start" with the national team and wants new players to impress him this season.
Martinez, 43, was appointed to the role last week after Marc Wilmots was sacked following Belgium's Euro 2016 quarterfinal exit at the hands of Wales.
The former Everton boss said on his arrival in Belgium that he wanted his team's mentality to improve and on Sunday he promised that he would be open to players forcing their way into his thinking.