Wolfsburg boss Dieter Hecking has warned Manchester United that they won’t have it easy in their Champions League clash at Old Trafford on Wednesday, according to reports from the Express.
United will aim to get a positive result following their 2-1 loss to PSV Eindhoven in their Champions League opener, while their opponents Wolfsburg beat CSKA Moscow in their opening game.
A second loss for Louis van Gaal side would spell disaster for the Red Devils, who will be looking to progress from the group stages after missing out on the whole competition last season.
However, Hecking is adamant that his side will not let United walk over them at Old Trafford and can cause another upset.
He said: “I don’t have dreams. I prefer reality and there is a lot of hard work in front of us.
“But we are in a good position after our home win against (CSKA) Moscow and we are looking to build on that.
“We are aiming to get a result. If we can get a result it will give us confidence.
“We are facing a good team and most will expect a home win and before the draw I would have said United would have finished top of the group.
“Their defeat at PSV makes it more interesting. They are a strong team, but if we perform right we can get the result.
“They did lose their first game and that creates a bit of pressure for United.
“It is up to us to increase the pressure on them. That is a big if. We will have to wait and see what happens.”
Man United will have one eye focused on their massive Premier League clash against Arsenal this weekend, with the Gunners looking to catch the Red Devils at the top of the table.