Manchester United midfielder, Fred has bemoaned our poor home form this season, while calling on his teammates to work hard to improve.
The Red Devils have not won a single home game this season, after 7 matches in the league, with a draw the best result they’ve picked up at Old Trafford.
Ahead of United’s meeting with West Brom on Saturday, Fred has stressed the need for the team to build up patiently, and not try to rush things, to avoid being hit on the break.
He told United’s official website, “Our goal is to improve at home because Old Trafford needs to be a fortress; it needs to be a place that opponents are scared of coming to.
“It’s just a case of working hard to try and get that back and get some victories under our belt. The next challenge is West Brom at home and we need to do everything we can to get the victory.
“We need to be patient in terms of keeping the ball moving above all, and stay calm on the ball and wait for that key moment to make that killer pass.
“If you try and rush it and try and go too fast then it probably won’t work, especially against the teams who are going to set up to try to nick a goal on the break. There is no point in rushing it; we know how to move the ball; we need to be patient and choose our moments correctly.”
Winning against the Baggies tomorrow would do the team a lot of good confidence wise, especially with injuries ravaging the squad in recent weeks.