London, Nov 1: Manchester United player Patrice Evra has demanded a ‘Perfect 10′ from the club to get their Premier League season going.
According to the Mirror, Evra pointed out that the inconsistent champions need a string of victories even if they do it in a bad way or an ugly way, adding that they do not have a choice.
Champions United have won three games in a row after making a difficult start to life under new manager David Moyes, following Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement at the end of last season, the report said.
Those victories against Real Sociedad in the Champions League, over Stoke in the Premier League and against Norwich in the Capital One Cup mean Moyes’ side are now unbeaten in six matches, the report added.
They will be looking for a fourth straight win when they visit Fulham on Saturday, the report further said.
However, left-back Evra claimed United cannot think they are back to their best until they have recorded ten victories on the spin, according to the report.
Evra said that the problem is not that the club is doing badly, but it is because they are not doing things well enough, adding that the team has lost its consistency and they need to find it really quickly if they want to win every trophy. (ANI)