Manchester manager, Ole Solskjaer has urge his team instructing them all to feel recharged, positive and focused when returned from International break.
The squad suffered a disappointing 2-1 defeat on Saturday to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Emirates FA Cup quarter-final at Molineux.
It was a second defeat in a row since Ole took over from Mourinho in December.
When asked if two-weeks International break period will feel longer than usual, Solskjaer agreed and proceeded to lay down a challenge to all members of the squad.
”It is happening so we cannot do anything about it,”
”To the players who go away with international teams, go and enjoy, go and play as well as you can.
”Some of them have been called back into a squad, maybe that gives them a boost, but we just need to come back recharged.
”Whatever you are doing, if you have days off, or play with the national team, come back with a big smile, loads of energy and be ready for the league and Champions League.
”We’re ready to go again after the internationals,”
”We’ve got so much to play for. Manchester United, in April and May, we always find our form.
”We can’t wait for the challenge.
”We’ve got big nights like Barcelona to come and so many highlights to look forward to. The players? Don’t worry about their attitude. When they come back again, we’ll give it a good go’ Solskjaer said on the official United’s website.