Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea expects a tough game when they clash with PSV Eindhoven in the UEFA Champions League tonight.
The Red Devils who top Group B were defeated by PSV Eindhoven in the first leg and Louis van Gaal's side will be looking to seal a win over the Dutch side.
"We know it will be a difficult game but we need to get the victory and grab the three points," the Spanish goalkeeper told MUTV ahead of kick-off at Old Trafford, reports manutd.com. "We started off with a defeat in the first game, but since then we’ve steadily been picking up points. A win would put us through to the next stages, so now we’re just a small step away from qualification."
The United shotstopper had a few words about Memphis Depay - who will be facing his old club on Wednesday night.
"He has had a tough few weeks and I’m sure he’ll soon be back at the top of his game,” De Gea said when asked about his team-mate. "He's going to bring a lot to the team and I’m sure he’ll be really up for playing against his old club."