Plum skin Witch He believes winning at Anfield is “the next step” Manchester United revive like him looking for a decisive away win.

Dutch He won his first trophy as United manager when they beat Newcastle in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final. While getting a set of great scalps beating Old Trafford Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Barcelona.

But even though United haven’t beaten any of the Premier League’s top six teams away, he thinks the Ten Hag team can do it, and urged them to suffer and sacrifice to win. United took their first win at Anfield since January 2016..

He said: “We put on really good performances away from home. It’s no different for me – the pitch is the same size everywhere, there are three referees, there is a fourth (officer), the ball is round, is there air in the ball?

“So we have to play and make it our own game. Of course we know the environment won’t support us and you have to deal with it. But our players like it. They like to play in environments like this. So that’s the next step we have to take.

“It’s a test but we’re facing Liverpool, we’re really looking forward to it and I know these players, my team, my team will be ready to go, fight and get there safely. We know it will be tough, we know we will have to suffer and we will have to make sacrifices to get a good result. ”

Ten Hag is eager to experience Anfield as a guest manager and adds: “I’m looking forward to it, the ambiance, the atmosphere. It will be great, it will be hostile towards us, but we love it.”

The former Ajax manager’s first win at United came against Liverpool in August and has seen improvement in many ways since the beginning of his reign.

He explained: “It’s hard to say in a few words or a few sentences. It’s more the total package, more like I said, philosophy, culture, strategy and consistently moving it forward day by day.”

Jadon Sancho, who was sick at the time, may also be available as United await to welcome Luke Shaw back after the injured left-back missed Wednesday’s West Ham win.