"Losing to Arsenal was very disappointing but at a team like Manchester United, it is just a matter of learning whatever lessons we need to and putting it behind us.
"It was a good game against Arsenal in a packed stadium and obviously we thought we had done enough to win it.
"But we all know that nothing is ever decided until the final whistle, and that was shown again on Sunday.
"But nobody is disheartened. Like I said, we just have to train hard again this week and put that match behind us.
"Football is all about the next game and that is what we will concentrate on.
"Football in the Premiership is a very high tempo game and in terms of the pace of the game and the quality of the play, it is as good as I expected it to be.
"I have watched the Premiership for years and it has not disappointed me at all in its high level.
"The training here has been great and the squad are a really nice bunch of lads, so it is always a pleasure.
"I will continue to work hard and try to get my fitness and sharpness up to the best possible levels.
"I haven't a lot of time to achieve that, but I am determined to be in the best shape to try to help Manchester United as much as I can."