Jose Mourinho do not want to hear story, he wants to put behind him the English Premier League barren draw against Crystal Palace at the weekend, and beat silly, his UEFA Champions League opponent – Young Boys on Tuesday.

The Manchester United manager has told his side to take the game to Young Boys straight from kick-off when they face the Swiss club at Old Trafford.

If United win and Valencia fail to beat Juventus, they would qualify for the last 16 with a game to spare.

Mourinho slammed United after their lacklustre goalless draw with Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace last weekend, accusing his players of lacking "heart" after they were booed off the field by their own fans at Old Trafford following a result that left them seventh in the table -- well adrift of the qualifying positions for next season's Champions League.

He warned then that a repeat display against Young Boys would leave United needing to go Spain and beat Valencia in their final Group H game if they were to remain involved in the competition.

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United's sluggish start has been attributed to Mourinho's own approach, which some Red Devils fans feel runs contrary to the club's tradition of attacking football.

But, speaking at his pre-match press conference on Monday, Mourinho insisted: "It's frustrating because what I want is the team to start strong, is the team to go strong on the opponent, not to be waiting, not to be reactive but proactive.

"That's exactly what I want and probably you or the fans, they think 'oh, Jose told them to start slow', 'Jose told them to play nice and easy and wait to see what happens' or 'to be losing for then to react'."

The Portuguese boss insisted: "It is exactly the opposite thing. I want the team to start strong, I want the team to have a go immediately and it is a bit frustrating.

"It is not a crucial game, but I want to play like it is the last chance to qualify. I want to play like a knockout game."

As for suggestions United were better off playing away from Old Trafford at the moment, Mourinho said: "If you feel pressure to play matches at home where the people come to support... come on. I never felt pressure to play at home."

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