Manchester United "best in the business", says coach

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Manchester United assistant Steve Round believes the club are the "best in the business" at building winning runs. 

United struggled to gain results in the early parts of the season, but are now unbeaten in their last six games, and Round believes the Red Devils are more than capable of going on a long winning run.

David Moyes' side beat Norwich City 4-0 at Old Trafford last night, thanks to a brace from Javier Hernandez and strikes from Phil Jones and Fabio. 

However, Round has revealed the club aren't getting carried away and are instead focussing on their next challenge. 

Speaking after the game, the United coach said: "This club is used to winning, it has a winning mentality," Round said last night.

"There were no great celebrations after the win on Saturday and none tonight. We just move on to Fulham, that is how it is.

"You need to go on runs in this league and this club is the best in the business at building that."

United will be hoping for their fourth straight victory as they take on Martin Jol's Fulham side this weekend. 

The Old Trafford outfit then take on Real Sociedad in the Champions League, before a crunch clash with Premier League leaders Arsenal on November 10.  

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