David Moyes is looking ahead to the Arsenal game hoping that his Manchester United side can complete a double at the Emirates Stadium.
United travel to London tomorrow hoping to bounce back from the last-minute equaliser they conceded to Fulham on the weekend.
A Darren Bent header silenced the Old Trafford crowd, but Moyes maintains his side aren't getting the rub of the green.
"You just continue doing the right things, we're doing the right things. We just need to keep going because our luck will change, there's no doubt about that," he was quoted as saying by Manutd.com.
Moyes will be hoping that will be sooner rather than later as United face a tough task against an Arsene Wenger side looking to bounce back themselves after they were battered 5-1 by Liverpool.
He has reason for hope, though. In the reverse fixture at Old Trafford, Robin van Persie again scored against his former club as the Red Devils won 1-0. And Moyes hopes this will give his side encouragement.
"We'll always try to get a good result against them. We got a good result against them at Old Trafford earlier on in the season and we'll try to do the same again," he added.
"I think we've played better in several games, but in that one we got the one goal and that sometimes makes the difference. We are a top side and hopefully we’ll go and show that. We'll play well and do everything we can to pick up all three points.”
It would be a massive three points, too. The champions are currently in seventh place in the league, 14 points behind the Gunners and a further point back from table-toppers Chelsea, and only a win would maintain the pressure on the sides above.
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