Ander Herrera had a message for Manchester United fans after the goalless draw with Chelsea.
The Spanish star started both the Boxing Day defeat to Stoke City and Monday's clash at Old Trafford and has been taken aback by the faith shown by the Reds' followers. Even after the disappointing performance at the Britannia Stadium, there was still backing from the travelling army of fans and the 26-year-old is desperate to repay their support on the field.
"You have to fight for luck," he told MUTV. "I think, when you are in this situation, you don't have to talk. You have to talk on the pitch and we did that. We didn't win but we were the better team on the pitch and created more chances than them. We cannot say we were much better than Chelsea but we deserved the victory.
"What I can say is we are going to talk on the pitch because we want to make our fans proud. When you see our fans against Stoke, after the game, they were still singing and still supporting us. You really feel... I don't know how to explain it.
"I want to make them proud as quickly as possible against Swansea. We can do it. They are a tough team, they are not in the best moment, but I haven't won against them yet. Three games and three defeats. We have to win at home and in front of our fans."