The trip to Wembley certainly looks tough but United will head there on 13 January buoyed by only their third clean sheet of the Premier League campaign - a lack of shutouts that was grating on David De Gea, arguably the world's best goalkeeper.
"We have wonderful and insane fans here so they support us everywhere, and of course we would like to pay them back with wins".
"When I saw we were maybe 12 points behind, I decided not to think about it, go game-by-game and that's what we did", the Spaniard told Britain's Press Association.
With the way they are playing right now, you could forgive Manchester United's players a few days on Dubai's beaches under the warm winter sunshine. Let us know in the comments section below. "I'm happy with the squad I've got".
"I am sure they have got plans for this transfer window", Solskjaer said.
Solskjaer has lifted the mood at Old Trafford with four straight wins.
The 20-year old was involved in the clubs preseason tour this season and has more recently been called up to first team training by Solskjaer.
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Once that happens, their hope is that the tide will turn against Trump and he'll be pressured to give up on the wall funding. Democrats are counting on the media to back them up on the shutdown, as they always do. "He could not give a good answer".
That gap may be too big to close, but Benitez, who will send his side into battle with Solskjaer's men at St James' Park on Wednesday evening, is confident they can still cause problems for the main title contenders.
There's still a lot of work to be done - United are still six points away from the top four - but it has still been a very encouraging start.
"His intelligence, the professionalism, the reason he was able to cope with different positions and also being ready for when the manager called upon him".
United are unlikely to splash huge sums of cash on new players given the nature of the January market and the as yet undecided long term managerial situation, but remain linked with several centre-back targets including Diego Godin, Kalidou Koulibaly and Toby Alderweireld.
Once again, he enthused about how much he was enjoying his role and said there would be space in his United revolution for both the rejuvenated Rashford, who scored the second, and Lukaku to shine.
Ferguson is said to have been a massive fan of general knowledge quizzes and would regularly pit his wits up against his players to try and boost team morale. But with the players and managers I've learned from along the way I hope I could give something back.
"I must put my focus on my team for this match and not start talking about what happened with him".