Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher has set his sights on victory over arch-rivals Liverpool on Sunday.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side are aiming to bounce back from their controversial 2-1 defeat at Chelsea on Tuesday night with three points at Anfield.
Fletcher, who signed a new four-year contract extension with the club on Friday, believes the sense of injustice from the defeat at Stamford Bridge needs to be put to positive use.
The Scotland skipper said: "You could not have a better game to get the frustrations of Tuesday night out of our systems.
"It is a weird thing to say about a match between Liverpool and Manchester United but if anything it has become even bigger because of what happened at Stamford Bridge.
"There is a lot of disappointment because we never seem to get the rub of the green down there.
"We have to bounce back quickly and get all our focus and energy on Liverpool.
"We are going there to get our title challenge back on track so it is not as though we are lacking an incentive to win.
The 27-year-old is expecting an intimidating atmosphere at Anfield, but is relishing taking on the old enemy once again.
He said: "Yes, it is going to be intimidating but it is a great atmosphere.
"You have to try to relish the pressure rather than be daunted by it. It should bring out the best in the players.
"You want to be top at this stage of the season.
"You want to have it in your hands. You don't want to be relying on anyone else.
"That is what getting back to winning ways on Sunday would do.
"It is still in our control and we want to keep it that way through until the end of the season."
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