Skipper Gary Neville has warned Manchester United's upcoming opponents that confidence at Old Trafford is sky high.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side came back from a goal down to defeat Sheffield United 2-1 on Saturday courtesy of a brace from Wayne Rooney.
And with United set to face Celtic in the Champions League on Tuesday followed by Chelsea in a title showdown next weekend, Neville is in confident mood.
"We can't afford to be dropping points because we need to go into Chelsea next week feeling good about ourselves," he told MUTV.
"It doesn't get any better than this in terms of football (playing Celtic and then Chelsea). We couldn't be going into them in better form or feeling.
"We are playing well and there was some great attacking football. There was some great play going forward, but we missed chances."