The new United manager enjoyed a Capital One Cup victory over Liverpool on Wednesday night to ease the pain of Sunday's 4-1 mauling at the hands of Manchester City.
"It's not frustrating. I will sort it," said Moyes. "I will fix it. I will turn it round. I have no doubt about that."
Moyes' men have also lost to Liverpool in the Premier League and drawn 0-0 with Chelsea but have recorded wins over Wigan, Swansea, Crystal Palace, Bayer Leverkusen and now Brendan Rodgers' Reds.
Those five wins from eight games mean that Moyes has now had a better start than any United manager since Busby in 1946.
"Everybody seems to be picking a stat out - I have not won here or I have not done that. That is one of the good stats," said Moyes.
"I have not had that many good ones. But that is one of the better ones."
@johnnnycnn Patience is not what's required, a good enough manager is, Moyes is not it, giving him time will make things worse, not better. Benitez, for all his faults, is actually a good manager with a proven record of winning things, different scenario. I don't care if whatever manager succeeded Fergie won straight away, that doesn't matter particularly, what bothers me is that Moyes will never win.- solskjaer99