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Manchester United striker Robin van Persie has warned Liverpool he is back to his best ahead of their Premier League clash on Sunday.
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The Netherlands international scored a match-winning brace against Southampton in a 2-1 win at St Mary’s on Monday to take the 31-year-old’s league tally for the season to six.
Many had criticised van Persie previously for his apparent drop in form, but the forward says that ahead of the game with the Reds at Old Trafford at the weekend that he is back to his best.
“I’ve been feeling very well over the last couple of weeks,” the Dutchman was quoted by the Sun.
“Physically, I can make my runs over and over again. I had a feeling that it was coming.
“Last week, I was thinking against Stoke that I had a really good feeling; I was feeling fit. Although I had a good feeling, not everything came together in that game.
“I can play 90 minutes easy and every time it gets easier. I could keep going in the last minutes and that’s what you want. Then the goals, assists and wins will come. I just have to keep it going and play more.
“The next game is Liverpool, so we’re looking forward to that. We are really happy that we are on the way up now. We have to keep the momentum going.”
The Red Devils have the best form in the English top tier currently having won their last five matches, whilst their Merseyside opponents have struggled and will be reeling after being eliminated from the Champions League on Tuesday at the hands of FC Basel.
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