Manchester United winger Ashley Young has declared that there is plenty of confidence within the squad, despite dropping two points at West Bromwich Albion.
Next up for Louis van Gaal’s men is Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday and Young says the players can take heart from the attacking prowess displayed in the Midlands.
“You have to look at the positives,” he told ManUtd.com.
“Obviously they went ahead when we were on top but we came out in the second half and got ourselves back into the game. We take the positives of the possession we had and the attempts at goal.
“We said we wanted to start the second half brightly and get ourselves back into it, which we did with Felli’s [Marouane Fellaini] goal, which was fantastic. We wanted to kick on from there and it looked like there was only going to be one team who were going to get the three points – that’s why you saw a lot of disappointed faces in our squad after the game. But you have to take the positives of getting ourselves back into it and getting a point on the road which is important.
“We’ve got tough games coming up with Chelsea and [Manchester] City, but we still go into those games with confidence as high as it always is and we’ll be looking to get some points from those matches.”