Speaking at the Asian Football Awards earlier this week, the former Coventry, Aston Villa and Norwich striker acknowledged United have made a poor start under Moyes but claimed the Scotsman will get it right.
"It's been a poor start but we all know that, there's no point glossing over that," said Dublin to the Mirror.
"Everybody's seen the games and everybody's seen the results.
"But I have no worries about Mr Moyes turning it around. I've got no worries about the squad being strong enough. I think we've got good enough players to do that and get back into the position that we need to.
"I just feel that he's still learning. He's still learning about his players. He's not learning about what they can give him on the pitch, he's learning about individual personalities.
"He's learning about how people deal with not playing and how people deal with training and how they deal with the way he manages.
"It's not about the playing the game, it's about him and his man management."
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