Ryan Giggs believes Premier League leaders Manchester United sent a “big message” with their win at West Ham on Saturday.
United hit back from two goals down to claim a 4-2 victory Upton Park, with draws for both Arsenal and Chelsea leaving the Red Devils seven points clear at the summit.
And Giggs, who played as a makeshift left-back in the win, said: “We've sent out a big message. We've come back so many times and we've ground out results when we haven't played so well.
“No matter what the score is at half-time or how badly we're playing, we're always capable of comebacks like we did at West Ham.
“It's a great characteristic to have. That's what it's all about. It's a challenge and I'm enjoying it more than ever.
“It's always a battle in the run-in. Teams are fighting relegation, going for Europe or going for the Champions League.
“There's always something at stake. So every game is a cup final now.”