Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has told his team-mates that they must get 'back to business' after dropping points against Sunderland.
The defending Premier League champions sacrificed top spot in the table last weekend as they drew at home to Sunderland before Chelsea defeated Liverpool.
Van der Sar now believes United must go on another winning run to match the run of eight successive victories which the Black Cats brought to an end.
The Dutchman is expected to return from his hand injury when Bolton arrive after the international break and he has his sights set on success.
"It was disappointing to drop points against Sunderland," he told MUTV. "It is always nice if you can go away for the internationals with three points.
"Now we have to get a run going without losing any more.
"For the lads who have not gone away, there is plenty of hard work before then, and we will also have to see how everyone comes back.
"But we have to get back to business, forget about the draw at the weekend and start getting positive results again."