Zlatan Ibrahimovic has insisted Manchester United are "spoilt" by their supporters after praising the away fans who travelled to Crystal Palace.
Swedish striker Ibrahimovic scored the winning goal as United claimed all three points from their trip to Selhurst Park on Wednesday night.
James McArthur's second-half equaliser had appeared enough to snatch a point for Alan Pardew's men before Ibrahimovic slotted home late on to silence the home support.
And the former PSG striker had a special message for United fans, insisting that they are the "minimum problem" when it comes to the club attempting to get back into the title race.
He told MUTV: "The fans were fantastic. That is the minimal problem we have. We are spoilt. We have fantastic fans.
"They always back us up, always cheer for us, difficult moments, good moments. We try to do our do best.
"Those are the ones that give you motivation, adrenaline and the extra you want to give when you're really tired to keep you going."
United are currently sixth in the Premier League table, three points behind Tottenham in fifth and six behind fourth-placed Manchester City.