Despite the disappointing display and result in Munich, Nani insists confidence is high within the United camp ahead of Saturday's title tussle with Chelsea.
One point ahead of the Blues, the Reds know victory at Old Trafford would be a huge step forward in the quest for a record fourth consecutive crown.
"It’s very important that we stay ahead of our rivals and don’t give them any encouragement," Nani told United Review.
"It will be a big result for us if we can win on Saturday. It will give us a great chance to win the league."
Hot on the heels of United's biggest game of the league campaign is the must-win return match with Bayern Munich, and Nani says everyone is fully prepared for the challenges ahead.
"It feels normal to have big game after big game at this stage of the season and I think you must enjoy the pressure," he declared.
"You’re up against big teams in the Champions League and every game in the league is important, but we all feel ready for the challenge and are determined to win everything we can."
United v Chelsea
Kick off: 12:45 BST
Venue: Old Trafford
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Manchester United have confirmed the extent of Wayne Rooney’s injury, sustained in Tuesday night’s match against Bayern Munich.
A spokesperson told ManUtd.com, “We’re pleased to report that Wayne has not suffered a fracture. The scan revealed only minor ligament damage.”
For now, the club is not commenting on how many games Wayne is likely to miss. However, Sir Alex Ferguson will say more about the matter in his regular press conference at Carrington on Friday morning (09:30 BST).
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