Patrice Evra has set his Manchester United teammates the target of going 10 matches unbeaten following an inconsistent start to the 2013-14 Premier League campaign, writes ESPN.
“The problem is not that we are doing badly, it is because we are not doing things well enough,” the left-back said. “We’ve lost our consistency and we need to find it really quickly if want to win every trophy.
“We can’t win one game and draw the next one, or lose it. Now, every game is important. When we win 10 games in a row, I will say Manchester United are back in business. At the moment, we’re not,” he added.
With a trip to Fulham on Saturday, Evra is hopeful of sparking the unbeaten streak at Craven Cottage, but United have not recorded 10 matches unbeaten since February 2009.
United are currently eighth in the Premier League with 14 points, already eight points behind the league leaders, Arsenal. Moyes’ side will face the Gunners after Fulham in the Premier League.
The Premier League champions are unbeaten in their previous five matches in all competitions, with their most recent win coming in the 4-0 victory over Norwich City on Tuesday in the Capital One Cup.
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