New manager Moyes and rebel striker Rooney were back together on the Carrington training ground yesterday with the rest of Manchester United’s squad.
Roo, who is wanted by Arsenal and Chelsea, today flies out for United’s 21-day money-spinning trip to Bangkok, Sydney, Japan and Hong Kong.
But Old Trafford managing director Richard Arnold insists the club’s commercial demands will not affect Moyes’ hunt for silverware.
He promised: “The No 1 objective for everyone at this club is to be the No 1 team on the pitch.
“We do nothing that will get in the way of that.
“We work very hard to make sure what we do is done in a way that minimises any impact on the players, both from a fatigue and distraction point of view.”
Arnold has secured huge deals including a record £357million shirt sponsorship with Chevrolet and a £40m partnership with Russian airline Aeroflot.
But Moyes knows he is under pressure to continue Fergie’s run of success.
He insisted: “I’ve always said the biggest thing in football is to win. I would always put winning at the top of the list and Sir Alex would as well.”