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By ESPN Staff

Neville: 'Teams are struggling to live with us'

Gary Neville is convinced Manchester United can end three seasons of hurt and win the Premiership title.

United have seen Arsenal and then Chelsea twice overtake them as kings of England.

However Sir Alex Ferguson's side are showing no sign of loosening their grip after leading the table since mid-October.

They are six points ahead of Chelsea with 11 games remaining.

United captain Neville said: 'Teams are struggling to live with us. We are playing some of the best level of football seen for a few years and we have to maintain that.

'People talk about the pressure at the top but we are just enjoying our football. I think the squad is ready to win it again. We've had three years where we've really suffered and not really performed to our capabilities.

'We've suffered with injuries in the last three years at important moments in the season. It's meant we've been so far behind and at times we've just not performed well.

'So the team has had enough of that and is ready to stay together and know what we need to do.'

Neville believes there is a growing maturity in the squad that has been key to their improvement.

'We've matured in certain areas and some of the younger players are now producing incredible displays,' he told the club's official website. 'Without the injuries we've had in previous seasons, things have come together for us.

'After last Christmas, there were games in the last three or four months of last season, where I think we'd had enough.

'Every time we lost a game there was a huge amount of criticism in those two or three years.

'It became a bit of a witch-hunt. I think we'd had enough of that and we've turned it around.'