De Gea’s locker room feels like everyone wants to win and move in the same direction

January 4, Manchester United 3-0 Bournemouth, Manchester United goalkeeper De Gea was interviewed.

He said: "We played well, scored from free-kicks, in the second half, after 15 or 20 minutes, we controlled the game, but after the second goal they had some counter-attacks and the midfield had some playmaking space
, we couldn’t miss clear chances, but I made some saves and we got the three points."

"Everyone was focused, we changed two centre-backs and they played well. The feeling in the dressing room was that everyone wanted to win and was going in the same direction."

"We’ll play game after game. We have another big game against Everton in the FA Cup on Friday. I think the team got a bit tired at the end, but we’ll keep going and try to win."