Harry Maguire wants to move quickly from the ’embarrassing’ defeat to Liverpool and believes the team is ready to bounce back.
The United captain admitted that the week has been difficult, with speculation continuing over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job security.
Maguire describes how the team came together to determine what went wrong and to figure out how to improve.
Maguire said club site: “It’s tough to move from but we need to move on.
“Obviously it’s been a tough week, you can’t put those things aside, especially when you lose to your opponents. Losing the way we did was very disappointing.
“Obviously we had great discussions, we analyzed the game and the goals and we looked at how we could do better and improve.
“We know as a group of players that we need to make sure that we are together and that we are positive.
“There are a lot of games that we play in the Premier League, we are in a strong position in the group in the Champions League and we are still at the beginning of the season. And it is a season we know we can still achieve things.
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“That’s the most important thing now, we need to work together as a group and as a club.
“We know our fans will be with us and they will come on Saturday at Tottenham, as I said, they will be there with their numbers and I’m sure they will be singing and cheering and they will be right with us and behind us.”
And if United do not respond against a poorly performing Tottenham team, Solskjaer could be sent off.
It was reported that Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to give him another chance against Tottenham, but the loss could leave United 11 points behind league leaders Chelsea after just ten games.
The Red Devils have already compiled a shortlist of targets to take over from the Norwegian; Antonio Conte, Brendan Rodgers, Zinedine Zidane and Eric ten Hag have all been linked with a move to Old Trafford.
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