Marouane Fellaini and Chris Smalling are preparing to raise their Premier League qualification after completing the Champions League match phase.
On Tuesday night, on Saturday, Crystal Palace worsened the 0-0 draw, the faithful Old Trafford and Manchester United played against New York.
But Fellaini won the victorious blushes 1-0 and United returned to the 16th match. The next month's opponents allowed Juventus to lose the other team H in Valencia.
Advanced advances mean that Jose Mourinho may have a more inflexible role for men in their league, Saturday's Saturday trip with Southampton, which could have a great chance in fourth place.
"I think it's a good mood," said Fellain after his scoring heroes.
"The players are happy, but the most important thing is to go on a Saturday and three points.
"It is always difficult to return from the national team. Now we have a whole week of training. All players are ready to compete and start on Saturday.
"Critics are football, but we have to work. We are a team, we are together and we all do everything. We need to go ahead and get points".
Smalling echoed the feelings of her teammates to Young Boys.
"We spoke in two directions before the Palace game: in the top four positions and into the standings," he said. "We have scored now and now about the league form".
Although Saints are well documented, United can not go home and go to the Palace Boys home.
Mourinho scolded the wrath of some water bottle carriers, throwing one another and throwing one out of it, after winning late Fellain, Smalling proposed a lack of confidence on Tuesday.
"We played very well away, but I know they should go home at home," he said. United won 3-0 in Switzerland.
"I think we created a lot of options and we did merit, but we worked for that.
"We created good opportunities – not only the half possibility – and I think they do not say the heads.
"We could see the relief on our faces in the classification and we would not have to go to Valencia and really do it hard".
It was actually a matter of more questions than the answers, but the second clean title from United was a positive result. However, David de Gea's second half was great.
"Partnerships are changing, but another was a clear card and I think it was very hard to break when we were in the last two years," the defense base. Smalling said Phil Jones was injured by Victor Lindelof.
"Not suitable (to change middle decks).
"I think you can see the coherent cooperation you can see giving fewer options away.
"What is and what we use is and we are training each other".