Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher has revealed that the Red Devils will not change their style in the final two games of the season.
Victory over Tottenham was not achieved with the last attack, as was the case the previous weekend against Manchester City, but it took goals in the final nine minutes from Nani and Ryan Giggs to seal a 3-1 win.
Chelsea responded with a 7-0 thrashing of Stoke, so with two games to play United are still a point behind and by the time they are in action again, at Sunderland next Sunday, the Stamford Bridge outfit will have completed their clash with Liverpool, which is by far the Red Devils’ best hope of their rivals slipping up.
But even if things are not going United’s way at the Stadium of Light, Fletcher knows the last couple of weeks have proved there will be no sense of panic.
The Scotland captain said : “We just keep believing in the way we play,”.
“We don’t get desperate. Although we throw players forward we still keep passing, try to get the ball wide and create the right opportunities.
“Sometimes the fans might want the ball forward early but 50-50 balls are no good. We want to keep playing the way we know.”