David de Gea, Manchester United’s goalkeeper, spoke on Manchester United’s 1-0 victory over Wolves in the Premier League yesterday.
David de Gea praised the last-gasp win against Wolves but refused to lose focus with the growing title talk.
Marcus Rashford’s 93rd-minute goal lifted in-form United past Wolves 1-0 and up to second in the Premier League on Tuesday.
United are in the midst of a nine-match unbeaten streak in the Premier League to be within two points of defending champions and leaders Liverpool.
Speaking with MUTV, United Star De Gea said “It was a massive win, we scored at the end of the game, a tight game against a good team, this is the way to be at the top of the league, but the most important thing is to be ready for Aston Villa and recover well.”
“They’re a very good team, they defend very well, have good counter attacks, players with pace up front, it was a tight game, they have good chances, but scoring in the last minute is always good, the three points are massive for us.”
United last won the Premier League in 2011 when Alex Ferguson was still in charge of the club.
“We need to be calm, there’s still a lot of games to play, we have many games with the cups as well, be focused on not looking too far forward, looking at the next game,” De Gea added ahead of United’s New Year’s Day clash with Aston Villa.
“The players have to recover well, we play a lot of games, they run a lot, one of the most important things is to recover well,” De Gea said.
“You have to fight until the end, we have to keep on going until the end, you keep believing and keep trying we can score winning goals like today. “