David Moyes has praised his Manchester United side’s resilience and never say die attitude after coming from behind to beat Hull City 3-2 at the KC Stadium.
The Red Devil’s manager believes that this attitude and fighting spirit will make sure no one will write his side out of the title race.
"I don't think there was anyone in the ground, when we went 2-0 down, who thought the game was over," Moyes said.
"I think most people were rubbing their hands thinking, 'We're in for some game here.'
"That tells you what Manchester United have got and, hopefully, tells you something about David Moyes. My teams have always been committed and trying to win the games,” he added.
"All the games at this time of year are tight games, difficult to call. All we can do is keep knocking away and hopefully we'll be in there come the end of the season."
The former Everton boss then went on to praise the influence of Wayne Rooney after the England striker scored his 150th goal for United.
"He played great because he had to do two or three different jobs," Moyes said.
"It was his 150th goal, so to score a nice volley, it was really well taken.”
"The pressure he put on the boy for the own goal was great. He got it wide and then got himself in the box."