Evra confident of title success
Defender Patrice Evra believes Manchester United's versatile squad will help secure a 20th league title for the club.
United's injury problems meant Evra and Michael Carrick had to play as emergency centre-backs against Wigan Athletic on Monday - yet they still romped to a 5-0 victory.
"This is the United spirit - you can play everywherem," Evra said. "If you want to win, you have to accept it. I've said that from the beginning, in six years playing here, there is a Man United spirit. No other team has got that spirit. This is why I'm so proud to play here.
"The team is what is important, not only one player. That's why you can put me and Michael Carrick at centre-half and we're going to win. It's all about the team effort and team spirit. That's why I'm confident.
"We have to keep this momentum going and trust each other because it's a big squad and everyone wants to show they deserve to play.
"If we win and score goals and keep many clean sheets, like we did against Wigan, we're going to be at the top of the league at the end of the season.
"It starts to be annoying because this is not the first year we have had so many injuries. I remember playing at the back with Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher two or three years ago because the injuries were so bad.
"So it is not the first time. I'm lucky - I'm the only one who stays fit. But I'm a little bit worried because we need everyone fit if we want to win the league."