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The Red Devils have not tasted defeat in the Premier League since September and the Scot wants more of the same against Cardiff City on Sunday.

Manchester United manager David Moyes says that his side will be looking to pick up from where it left off before the international break when it faces Cardiff City.

The Red Devils have won six and drawn three of their last nine games in all competitions including a 1-0 victory over league leader Arsenal last time out.

"We came off a couple of good results and sometimes you want the games to come thick and fast," Moyes told the press. "You can't do anything about the international break, whether you win or lose going into it.

"We're on a good run of form, we're feeling good at the moment, we have confidence about us and we want to try and keep that going. I never thought we were out of [the title race]. We just go about our job and try to win each game."

United may field captain Nemanja Vidic when it travels to Wales. The Serbian was substituted with concussion during its 1-0 win over Arsenal but his manager says that he has recovered carefully.

"Concussion is something which you do need to rest [but] he's had his rest and we'll bring him back and hopefully he'll be fine," Moyes remarked. "It's not a serious injury.

"Concussion can be extremely serious but he had a week off afterwards and we've given him a chance to recover. We’ve picked him up slowly from there."

Red Devils star Michael Carrick sealed a new contract until at least 2015 on Friday and the Scot was effusive in praising his charge.

"He's recognized throughout the country as a great midfielder," Moyes enthused. "I'd be surprised if he's not in England's World Cup squad."

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