United&aposs final Premier League game before the November international break sees them host the newly-promoted Hatters at Old Trafford. Ten Hag&aposs side will hope to end this period of fixtures with some optimism, following Wednesday&aposs dramatic 4-3 Champions League defeat by FC Copenhagen.
Despite a concerning start to the campaign overall, United have maintained a strong record against newly-promoted sides and have already beaten Burnley and Sheffield United. Ten Hag knows the key will be patience but stressed the importance of speeding up attacks when the chance arises.
Yes, we are aiming for that,” Ten Hag told MUTV of the opening 25 minutes against FC Copenhagen. “Its very good to see that we had the composure, we built the right constructions and we made good decisions on the ball.
“In the right moments we fought to speed up the game and we scored a lovely goal. Thats the way we want to play. I hope we can build on that and I hope that we see that more often.