Danny Welbeck is focused on getting three points from the trip to QPR on Saturday as he hopes Manchester United's tactics will break down the stubborn Londoners.
Although it is a case of top versus bottom in the Barclays Premier League, Sir Alex Ferguson's side need no reminders that Harry Redknapp's battlers have taken points off Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City recently.
It promises to be an awkward afternoon for the in-form Reds in the capital but the aim remains to pile the pressure onto Manchester City ahead of their encounter with Chelsea on Sunday.
"It definitely won't be easy," Welbeck told ManUtd.com. "I think every game in the league now is going to be pretty tough. We’ve got to set out right and make sure we get the three points. That’s the main thing – to keep the pressure on City.
"QPR have done well recently. I think they’ve been setting up with two banks of four, making it difficult to break them down. They’re just getting behind the ball and obviously it’s been hard for teams to score goals against them.
"QPR are getting behind the ball and obviously it’s been hard for teams to score goals against them. But hopefully we’ll have our tactics right on the day and we will try to get some goals."
- Danny Welbeck