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Mar 6, 2012

Young: No let up from United

Two-goal hero Ashley Young has warned Manchester City that United are going out to win all of their remaining fixtures to retain their Premier League crown.

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Young, who scored a brace in Sunday's vital 3-1 win at Tottenham Hotspur, says that confidence is brimming at Old Trafford and the squad believes they are capable of putting together a run of wins which would guarantee a 20th league championship.

"Any time they slip up and we can take advantage, then we will," said Young, who is getting back to his best form after a disappointing winter which included a spell on the treatment table. "We'll keep pegging them back. As Paul Scholes said the other day, we think we'll have to win every game.

"So as long as we keep doing that, we'll be okay. We'll just concentrate on ourselves, take each game as it comes. We've just had two tough away games at Tottenham and Norwich. Every game between now and the end will be tough.

"I'm getting back to my best. Any player is disappointed when he's injured. I've needed to get myself back fit.

"I'm ready to go and champing at the bit now. I want to play every game. We have to play each game as it comes but it's exciting times."

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