Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard is confident that the Reds can win all of their upcoming fixtures starting with West Ham on Sunday thanks to the strength and depth within the squad.

Their trip to the London Stadium sparks a double-header with the Hammers who they play again in the Carabao Cup 72 hours later.

The Reds' last action of September in the Premier League ends with the visit of Dean Smith's Aston Villa, who will no doubt be heading into the game buoyed by their performance at Stamford Bridge last weekend.

Lingard spent the remainder of last season on loan in east London and enjoyed a successful stint with David Moyes' see as he helped them into Europe.

However, despite speculation surrounding his future in Manchester, the 28-year-old stayed put and marked his second Premier League appearance of the season with a goal, rounding off the scoring in the 4-1 drubbing of Newcastle.

"The next few games are going to be tough, but we have got the strength and depth in the squad to win the games and get the three points in all of them," he told the Reds' official website.

"Away games can be tough but having the fans there backing us, week in and week out, always helps us and gives us that boost. They're brilliant.

"Obviously, it's down to us on the day to perform and get the three points and we've done tremendously in the league away trips recently."

In 16 appearances under the former United manager, he scored nine as they qualified for the Europa League, but this time round Lingard will be back in the United squad as they look to extend their record-breaking away form.

They got their campaign off to a winning start with an impressive 2-0 win away to Dynamo Zagreb.

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"Like I've said, it was a reset for me personally, I wanted to play games, help the team get into the Europa League, which we did, and I enjoyed every moment of it.

"The lads were brilliant, the staff were brilliant and the fans supported me throughout.

“On a personal level, it was about getting minutes, doing well for myself and trying to get back into the England side but, as a collective, Europe was massive for West Ham and one of the goals we wanted to get to.

“The manager gave me the freedom up top to roam about, get on the ball and try to make things happen. With the run of games I had, the confidence kicks in and, once you've scored one, then two and three start going into the back of the net. I wasn't short of confidence playing and it was one of the best half-seasons I've had so it was a brilliant experience.

“Obviously, you don't get into Europe if you're not a good side. West Ham are well organised and can counter quick and be hard to break down. So it's going to be a tough game and we've got to be at it, if we want to get the three points. We've trained well so we'll go into the game confident."

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