Manchester United hero Ryan Giggs has revealed how the squad feels now more than ever that they can win the title and possibly the treble, after coming back from 2-0 down to win 4-2 against bogey team West Ham on Saturday.
"We've sent out a big message," Giggs said. "We've come back so many times and we've ground out results when we haven't played so well.
"No matter what the score is at half-time or how badly we're playing, we're always capable of comebacks like we did at West Ham.”
The week before against Bolton, while it wasn’t such a spectacular display, Untied were able to take three points from what looked set to be a 0-0 draw. Giggs says it’s this ability to win when all the odds are against Manchester United that has boosted the Red Devils’ confidence.
"It's a great characteristic to have. That's what it's all about. It's a challenge and I'm enjoying it more than ever.
"It's always a battle in the run-in. Teams are fighting relegation, going for Europe or going for the Champions League. ”
With this in mind, Giggs is looking at every game for Manchester United as do or die.
"There's always something at stake. So every game is a cup final now."
And as Manchester United take a seven point lead in the title charge over second placed Arsenal, the Barclays Premier League title is now looking to be United's to lose.