Everton fullback Leighton Baines says they owe fans a win at Manchester United today.
Baines accepts form at Goodison Park has been below par this season but the trip to Old Trafford does present the opportunity to set a new Club record of nine straight Premier League matches unbeaten on the road.
The 31-year-old said: “Obviously you want to respond from any defeat and we weren’t happy with the manner in which we lost against Arsenal.”
“We haven’t given the fans the results they deserve [at Goodison] but we hope to continue our good away form at least and get another win and finish the season strongly.”
“It’s a tough game but it’s a good chance for us to bounce back.”