Manchester United defender Harry Maguire is eagerly waiting for the clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday, saying it presents a chance to 'make things right'.
United drew 2-2 against Aston Villa on Sunday evening, and Maguire feels the match against Spurs is the perfect chance to bounce back to winning ways.
“Yeah, it’s perfect,” Maguire, who captained United for the third consecutive league game, told us on Sunday.
“When you don’t win any football match you want a game as soon as possible to put things right and there’s no better way than to play Tottenham here at Old Trafford.”
This was United's second consecutive draw, having suffered a similar 3-3 draw against Sheffield United the previous week.
Just like Bramall Lane, United had to come from a goal down and take the lead, but a late goal pegged them back as they shared the spoils.
Maguire knows the home crowd at Old Trafford will play a big role against Tottenham, and he has called on them to offer them the support.
“The fans were brilliant,” added the 26-year-old.
“Even when we were losing the game, they sang loud and proud and managed to get us into a good position, into a winning position,"
“Obviously, on Wednesday, I know they’ll be right behind us and I hope we can get the result for them.”
United are currently ninth on the log with 18 points from 14 matches, two short of fifth-placed Spurs.