Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes their dramatic stoppage-time win at Norwich showed his side are ready to fight to the death for the Barclays Premier League title.
After seeing the Canaries battle back from falling behind to an early goal by Paul Scholes with a late equaliser from Grant Holt, the Red Devils surged forward in the closing stages at Carrow Road to eventually take all three points when Ryan Giggs stabbed home Ashley Young's cross deep into added time to cap a memorable end to his 900th appearance.
Ferguson said: "I am sure this result will have an impact [on the season].
"Everyone knows we never give in, no matter who plays us. They know they will have to play right to the death."
He continued on MUTV: "Norwich had more promise about them. I thought we were lethargic, too casual on the ball. Then when we lost the goal, we played brilliantly. That tells you something about the temperament - they do not get nervous and started to up their game, so that augers well for us."