Darren Fletcher believes the experience of Manchester United's older players will guarantee them the Barclays Premier League title this season.
Fletcher says Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville have shown they are used to feeling the pressure of the title-run for years and he insists it will keep the rest of the United focused on securing a fourth straight championship.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side currently the top and are two points ahead of nearest rivals Arsenal - and four in in front of Chelsea.
Defender Fletcher said: 'The league is in our hands. If we win all our games, we'll be champions. Hopefully we can do that.
'We have experience from the manager to lads like Gary Neville, PaulScholes and Ryan Giggs. They remind you of things in certainsituations. The fans also have seen it all before.'
Fletcher also admitted the chance to surpass Liverpool's total of 18league titles is motivation for United. He added: 'This club is allabout breaking records.'
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