After accounting for Norwich with his third goal of the week at Old Trafford, Danny Welbeck is setting his sights on some huge matches on the horizon.
The England international came off the bench to grab a late clincher for the Reds in the 2-0 triumph on Saturday to continue his excellent form in front of goal with his fifth strike of the campaign.
Speaking to MUTV afterwards, he was asked about the upcoming clashes with Liverpool and Manchester City after the international break.
"It's a good base for us," he said of the top place in the Barclays Premier League table. "We're looking to work on that and build from there. Hopefully we'll get as many three points as possible. Every single game - week in, week out.
"I think we're all looking forward to the upcoming games, as are our fans. It's going to be a big weekend when have the derby, for the whole city as well, and we're all looking ahead to it."
Welbeck knows competition for places is fierce but he's done his prospects no harm with another valuable contribution against awkward opponents on Saturday.
"I'm delighted," he said. "I got two goals in midweek but it was a disappointing result. So I'm pleased to get the last goal today as well. It's all I can do really, if I'm on the bench and am called upon, I'm just looking to make an impact and that's what I did today.
"We were delighted to get the two goals in the end. It was frustrating but you know what to expect. We're Man United and we've a never-say-die attitude so we kept creating chances and managed to tuck a couple away."