Jesse: We must regroup for Arsenal game
Jesse Lingard insists Manchester United can go into Saturday's game at Arsenal with a winning mindset, despite the disappointing away defeat to Liverpool.
"There was nothing to lose. For us as players, we just had to press, stay up, stay high, press them and they'd make mistakes," said Lingard.
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"Obviously Liverpool are a good team but I think in the second half we started a little bit brighter, we were on the front foot a bit more and it gave us that intensity."
"We've got a big game coming up. We've got to regroup fast this week, it's a big three points on Saturday," said Jesse.
"It's another free hit and we'll go there with the mindset of winning, staying on the front foot, being intense, doing the basics and having that energy to go and win the game. We need to work hard first before you can start playing. Win your individual battles and then you'll win the game hopefully.
"We'll work hard throughout this week. However we train reflects how we play, so we can increase the energy and intensity in training to help that."
"I'm always ready. Coming on, I knew my role, I knew my job straightaway and I wanted to do my best for the team. Every time I step on the pitch, every time I put a United shirt on, I want to give 110 per cent. Bring energy to the team, do the pressing.
"For me, I just want to play football. It was great to play against Norwich, I enjoyed it. I was getting into the rhythm of the game but obviously got brought off. For this game, I was expecting to start again but then Paul got injured and I came on early enough to play most of the game anyway. I'm always ready, I'm always confident to play. As I said, as soon as I step on the pitch, I give 110 per cent for the shirt."
"It's horrible for the fans [losing to Liverpool]. You can feel their pain when we're on the pitch and you see the scoreline, 4-0, it's disappointing," he admitted.
"It's really disappointing and we can only say sorry to the fans. I know they back us through thick and thin which we appreciate as players."