Maguire's ready for the Belgrade atmosphere
Harry offered his thoughts on our away form and what should be a lively atmosphere, while speaking at the top table...
"It’s not nice when you’re not winning away from home, so it’s something, like the boss has said, that we’re working on. We’ve got four tough away games now and we’re looking for victories in those games. Hopefully we can kick-start that with a win tomorrow." Harry, this is the first European game that Partizan has played since racist incidents forced the closing of the ground against AZ and Molde. You were involved in Sofia last week. If the same happens again are you prepared to do the same again and speak to the referee and get the game stopped? "We will trust UEFA to follow their protocol with the three steps. Obviously, Sofia was a sickening atmosphere and one that I don’t want to repeat again. We’re positive that tomorrow night will be a great atmosphere, one we’re all looking forward to playing in. If something does go off then we’ll follow the three-step protocol. I’m sure there will be people on and off the pitch who are doing their best to make things better in the future." Harry, this is the first time we’ve got to speak to since you signed for the club, incredibly, but how has the step up been from Leicester to Manchester United? "It’s something that I’m really enjoying. I’m enjoying being part of such a big club. I like the big-pressure games and it’s something I look forward to, obviously we had the big game against Liverpool. I’m going to be part of this club for the future, I signed a long-term contract here, so I knew I was coming in straight away and go in to bridge the gap straight away to the top two. It’s something I’m looking forward to and progressing in the future and I wan to be part of that."