Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has said that the club and it's fans are unbelievable, and that he will do anything for them.
United have been in better form at this stage of the season compared to last season and Van Gaal has noticed that.
“I usually use Dutch expressions, but you have one here: 'Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me'. Fantastic expression!” said the manager, as Manutd.com quoted.
“I know that if I lose and lose then I will be finished, I know that. But I shall do everything for this club and these fans, who are unbelievable.
“Last year we had 13 points from 10 games and now these fans see that we have 20 points out of ten and that we were in the next round of the Capital One Cup [compared to last season] and we are in the Champions League. Last year it was not like this. Last year we had 15 injuries. Okay, after Wednesday's game we have more injuries, but we had three at the most [before that].
“We are improving a lot, but it is a process, it takes three years, which is why I signed for three years."
United face Crystal Palace in the Premier League this Saturday.