Confidence is high despite disappointment : Young
Ashley Young says United will go into Sunday’s meeting with Chelsea full of confidence despite leaving West Brom a little disappointed. The Reds claimed a point at The Hawthorns after twice going behind to the home side. Next up for Louis van Gaal’s men is Chelsea at Old Trafford and Young says the players can take heart from the attacking prowess displayed against the Baggies. He said: “You need to see those positives although they went ahead when we were on top but we came on in the second half and got ourselves back into the match as we took positives from our possession and attempts at goal in the first period. We started second half brightly with Marouane Fellaini's goal and kicked on from there. We looked like the only one who were going to get the 3 points."
"That’s why you saw a lot of disappointed faces in our squad at the end of the game. Yet, we can take positives of getting ourselves back into it and got an away point which is important. We’ve tough games coming up with Chelsea and Man City but we will face them with confidence as high as it always is and we are looking to win some points.” The match was Young’s first since end of August following an injury and the wide man is determined to play his part to help the team over a testing few weeks. He added: “It's disappointing for any player to get injured but I am fit now and only looking ahead. I just want to play to my very best. The manager has shown faith in me, so I want to go out and play well.”