Norwich City manager Alex Neil has revealed that he intends to 'pose problems' when his side visit Old Trafford to take on Louis van Gaal's Manchester United this afternoon.
The Canaries have won just once in their last 11 league outings to leave them inside the Premier League relegation zone on goal difference, but come up against an out-of-sorts United who are without a win in five in all competitions.
"It's going to be tough. They haven't lost a home league game all season, so it's going to be a tough game," Neil told Norwich City TV.
"They've got good quality players - they've also got a lot of injuries. Ultimately though, we've got to worry about ourselves. We have to pose as many problems as we can.
"We've equipped ourselves pretty well against the bigger teams away from home and this game should be no different."