Pay per Head: Moyes wants United to improve in the ‘bigger’ games

David MoyesDavid Moyes wants to see Manchester United play better in the “bigger” games, starting with Tuesday’s Manchester derby, and pay per head services would like to see what will happen in this upcoming match.

Pay per head services saw that this season, United were only able to pick up one victory in the Premier League against the six sides above them. Their only success came in a 1-0 win in November over Arsenal, and Moyes knows that record is a very big factor in the club’s bid to challenge the top four.

Recent wins over Olympiacos and West Ham gave a necessary lift to United, with the first of those victories securing the team qualification for the UEFA Champions League’s last eight, and price per head services could see that the fans were pleased.

But Moyes and pay per head services know that there is still a lot of room for improvement as his side look to prevent Manchester City from claiming a third consecutive derby victory when both sides face each other at Old Trafford.

“We’re not as far away as many people would have us and I’ve no doubt it’ll improve,” said the manager. “We want to show we’re still in there fighting.

“We want to perform better in the bigger games than we have done, I have no doubt about that. It’ll be important to show the level of what we’ve got and I think we have got the level.

And pay per head services also hope to see the team do a better job on the pitch.

“We’ll do everything we possibly can. We go out to win every game – not just the derby. It’s no different. Obviously it means a lot more to the supporters and the city to win a derby game, but we go into every game with the same intention to win.

“In the last couple of games, a lot of the players have stepped up to the plate and performed. But I’m not surprised by that at all – that’s what they’re capable of and I’ve been saying that all year.

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“We have a good squad with good players – we maybe haven’t played as well as we should have, but I think we have those capabilities within the squad.”