Speaking after the Watford stalemate, Bruno Fernandes told MUTV: “We tried [to find the net] but the ball seemed to bounce off every player, our players, their players.
“As I’ve said before it was just one of those days where the ball wouldn’t go in.
“Unfortunately for us it was just one point. As I have said many times, we have dropped points on third place again.
“I think that’s the main thing for us, as we could be much closer to them [Chelsea].
“However, now is not the time to start thinking about how many points we should have now or how many points we should have in the end.
“We have to look to the next game, to win the game and to get three points again.”
On facing Manchester City next, the Manchester United midfielder continued: “It’s one of those games where we know what it means for the city, for the fans, for the club, and for ourselves.
“It’s a game we want to win at all costs.”
City are the reigning Premier League champions and look all set to defend the title this season.
Facing them after a 0-0 draw with relegation-threatened Watford won’t be easy. The Red Devils cannot afford to drop more points if they want a fourth-place finish.