After losing to Stoke City on Boxing day, Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick insists the Red Devils need to get their minds ready for the game against Chelsea on Monday.
United lost 2-0 to the Potters continuing their poor form, which has seen them go on a seven-match winless run.
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“Football can change quickly. At the moment it is tough to take and it is going to hurt for a couple of days," Carrick said to MUTV, manutd.com reports.
"So we have to get our heads right for Monday. It can turn around quickly and if we get a good win then the feeling comes back. Hopefully we will be able to kick on from that.”