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Manchester United’s winning streak will end sooner or later - and that’s okay

29 January 2019

Should the Premier League side come out of those eight fixtures still in Europe, the FA Cup and in with a chance of a top four finish then Ed Woodward will have some serious thinking to do.

"We want to get back into the Champions League places, which will be a hard objective, but we have managed to reduce the point's deficit quite a bit", De Gea told Sky Sports.

"The Notorious" has been supporting United since back in the mid-90s, when Alex Ferguson took his champion side to The Dell and was so unimpressed by their first-half display that he sent them back out for the second half in different jerseys.

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"We deserved more but we played against Manchester United who are in their best moment of the season, and they have a lot of players to make the difference".

Dyche said: "It seems like (Solskjaer) has tried to loosen it up a little bit and put a bit more freedom and energy into it and that is a skill in itself". We are still in the FA Cup and we are going to try to win it'.

"We have had varying signs before with people interested in our players and it doesn't surprise me that people are interested in our players, that is just the way it is".

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The visitors will go into the game without former Manchester United man Robbie Brady, who injured his groin against Manchester City at the weekend.

"We need to use these months now to be ready for the challenge next year", said Solskjaer. Through the first 23 league matches, Solskjaer's men sit in sixth place with 33 points, although they sit below Arsenal exclusively due to goal differential.

The game also saw the return of the Chilean winger to the Emirates for the first time since his transfer from Arsenal to Manchester United.

"Every player, the more confident you get the more you want to get on the pitch and train and work on yourself and you trust yourself".

"Jesse's got energy, he's got a steel about him", Solskjaer added. You could see the quality when I was there towards the end of my time at the club.

Manchester United’s winning streak will end sooner or later - and that’s okay