Swansea defender Ashley Williams expects to face a fired up Manchester United this weekend and is ready for a busy day at Old Trafford.
United play host to Swansea with the pressure on them, knowing nothing less than three points will do in their Premier League title battle with rivals Manchester City.
City have the edge over United following their derby victory on Monday and Williams knows his Swansea side could face a potential backlash against Sir Alex Ferguson's troops.
"It is definitely going to be a very difficult game, especially after their defeat to Manchester City. They will be keen to bounce back," Williams told Sky Sports.
"They need to win to maintain their title bid and they will be trying to score a fair few goals due to the goal difference with Manchester City so as a defender this is going to be a hard game, but it is also a good game and we will be going out to do our job."
Williams insists they can go to United and play without fear having secured their Premier League status a few weeks ago and he feels they can take heart from their performance earlier in the season against the Red Devils when they narrowly lost 1-0.
"The pressure is all on them to win and we will go there and play our normal game," added Williams.
"Since we have secured safety we have not performed as well as we can and we have let ourselves down, but so have the likes of Norwich recently because the pressure has not been on.
"We want to finish the season strongly and we have two great games against United and Liverpool to do that.
"A lot of our players have not played at Old Trafford before and we want to play well there and enjoy it."