Manchester United manager David Moyes has challenged his players to maintain the club's winning momentum after three victories in a row.
After a less than impressive start to this year's Premier League, the Red Devils have defeated Norwich, Stoke and Real Sociedad in their last three matches and are now unbeaten in six.
Moyes' side are currently eight points behind leaders Arsenal and Moyes has urged his players to continue recent form ahead of Saturday's away game against Fulham.
The Champions face Arsenal at Old Trafford next weekend and Moyes is desperate for United to close in on the Gunners, according to express.co.uk.
"It's a gap we have to try to work to get closer to," said Moyes.
"We'll take one game at a time and try to start getting a bit closer to the top end.
"That's the plan but there's a long way to go.
"We've started to put together one or two half decent results and hopefully that starts to build a bit of momentum.
"We've been a little bit up and down at the start of the season, winning one, losing one, so we're hoping to get a bit more consistency and then our form follows with that."
Javier Hernandez, the United striker, has scored three goals in two games causing calls to start him together with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie.
"I've been really pleased for Chicharito, because it's been a slow start for him," added Moyes.
"It's been difficult summer, coming back and then back and forth to Mexico with all the games he's had to play.
"But he's started to do what he's done over the years, which is score goals. He came off the bench and scored the winner against Stoke and scored two in midweek, so long may that continue."
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