Vidic focused on his own game

06 March 2009 08:02
Nemanja Vidic does not believe memorising Fulham's statistics will give Manchester United an edge in their FA Cup meeting this weekend.

The Red Devils can more one step closer to another Wembley appearance if they overcome Roy Hodgson's Cottagers in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Saturday.

Fulham are likely to have Andy Johnson and Bobby Zamora spearheading their attack against United, although Vidic has no plans to do his homework on their attacking patterns.

The Serbia international believes that if he plays well then The Red Devils, who are seeking an unprecedented quintuple this term, will have a good chance of progression.

No homework"I don't really study statistics of our upcoming opponents," he told Inside United.

"There is too much talk about shots on target and things like that.

"Sometimes it can be about luck, other times we do the job well.

"The main thing is that we win games and win trophies. Then we can be proud of what we have done at the end of each season."

Source: SKY_Sports