It has been revealed that Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini feels they’re ready to end their losing streak against Manchester City this Sunday.
City skipper Vincent Kompany has tried to gloss over their free-fall by claiming the derby was the “perfect place” for the Blues to halt their malaise.
But the Belgium international told Match of the Day magazine: “It’s a massive game. It’s the derby, so it will be intense for the players and the supporters.
“We want to play in the Champions League next season so we have to win in front of our supporters. We have to do everything to win.
“In England every game is like a derby, because it’s physical. In the derby you have to be more aggressive and more tough if you want to win.
“Everything has to be within the rules, but the physical side in England is why it’s such a competitive league.
“Kompany is a tough player and it’s certainly a hard battle when we play against each other. It will be a good challenge but to win the game is the most important thing.”