I'll stamp out any complacency at Manchester United, says Sir Alex

03 March 2009 11:05
Sir Alex Ferguson has warned that any arrogance among his players will be quickly stamped out as Manchester United

continue their quest for an unprecedented quintuple. Fresh from their Carling Cup triumph over Tottenham

, United aim to take another step towards a hat-trick of Barclays Premier League trophies at Newcastle tonight. Asked whether his players are in danger of becoming complacent, Ferguson said: 'They'll maybe have one attempt at it. It will be their last. We have plenty of bodies in the dressing-room who would come down on them but there's no sign of that.'

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Admitting the title is United's to lose now, he nevertheless added: 'I think we'll drop some points and so will our opponents, because that's what happens in a run-in. But we very seldom panic and we're not going to be falling into any traps.' Ferguson, who has the luxury of being able to recall Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov, Edwin van der Sar and Michael Carrick tonight, said: 'I hope when I bring the freshness back into the team it makes a difference because we're well aware Newcastle are fighting for survival. 'We have the momentum and the most pleasing thing is that changing the team is not affecting us now, as it did some years ago. 'This squad seem able to adapt to change easily, which gives us a great chance of success.'

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