Manchester United star defender Daley Blind has talked up the ‘fear-factor’ at Old Trafford.
The Netherlands international stated that clubs do not like coming to the ‘Theatre of Dreams.’
“I think we’re in great form now, and we have to keep that spirit going. It’s a good feeling,” Blind was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
“It can be difficult against lower-league opposition. You cannot underestimate them as they always have players who can make a difference.
“But we’re at home and clubs don’t like to come to Old Trafford. We have to keep it that way.”
Jose Mourinho’s side have lost just one game at home this season, which was at the hands of rival’s Manchester City.
United are vying for four trophies this season with the Red Devils competing for the Premier League , EFL Cup, Europa League and FA Cup.
Man United sit in sixth place in the Premier League with 39 points after 20 games and take on Reading FC in the FA Cup this weekend.
Blind has provided two assists and scored one goal in 20 apperances for the Red Devils this season.
Meanwhile, United have been in talks with Benfica over the transfer of the Sweden international Victor Lindelof, according to the Mirror. The Sun has also linked the Premier League giants with Atletico Madrid’s superstar Antoine Griezmann.