Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted United will not be complacent in the title chase, despite going 15 points clear of Manchester City at the head of the Barclays Premier League.
The Reds are on course to avenge last term's final-day heartbreak following a 1-0 win against Reading but there are still nine matches to go. Sir Alex felt it wasn't a top performance on Saturday but stresses that his squad rotation will pay off after the international break.
"You don't get points and medals for being complacent and we won't be," he told MUTV. "I think the players are conscious of the importance of the games now and that concentration, which has improved, has helped us do that [in terms of