Paul Scholes is hoping that his side can look back on the rudimentary mistakes recently made that have lost them five points since he took control of the team. As they head for the match at Cambridge on Saturday he will be reinforcing the need to concentrate for the full 90 minutes of the match.
He said, “As long as we keep doing the right things and keep playing as we did, I know we’re going to win games. We just need to cut the stupid, silly mistakes out and I think we’ll be okay. Any game you get at this level is going to be tough – we know that. I think I’ve got a group of players that are capable of winning games. It’s all right me thinking that but we have to go out and do it. We’ve only won one of five and conceded three late goals now, which is disappointing. We could have been sat here with a lot more points, but we’re not. It’s all right for me to keep saying we’ve got a good team and good players – we need to go out and prove it. We’ll need to do that at Cambridge.”