Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is taking inspiration from tennis great Bjorn Borg in order to keep his players focused on beating Arsenal.
Mourinho, though, has promised to attack Arsene Wenger's team. If they play with the vigour and confidence and the pressing game they played against Spurs, they should beat United.
"I play a game at a time and that is the way to do it", Mourinho told reporters on Friday.
'It's just the game, it's Arsenal, we don't think about how many points we are ahead of Arsenal and behind the leaders. It's just Arsenal. Focus on this game'. It is hard enough for us to be focused on other things. "We focus on this".
Pogba's return to the side last month has galvanised their Premier League form, with Mourinho's men netting four goals twice in their last three league matches.
Asked if he is more like the clinical Borg or the temperamental McEnroe, Mourinho replied: "I don't play tennis".
"I haven't seen them a lot and it is not down to me to judge the way they play".
"I remember big matches".
"It depends what you think about risk", he said.
The Belgian global sustained a knee problem on worldwide duty in October but returned to action against Chelsea last month and had featured in each of the Reds' subsequent three games prior to Tuesday's 4-2 win at Watford, which he missed through injury. I think in the beginning of football, the guy who decides to say defenders, attackers, this guy was bad.
United will be eager to have Matic available, with Mourinho having later told a news conference that Marouane Fellaini is sidelined through injury. "They are a risky team, they have made fantastic results so to beat a team like that you need to be at your best and that's what I want to focus on".