MANCHESTER UNITED goalkeeper David De Gea showed off his new Aston Martin Vantage at training as the Red Devils prepare to face Arsenal tomorrow.
The Spanish international – who arrived at Carrington in his new £120,900 motor – is expected to be a busy figure against the Gunners at Old Trafford.
Zenpix10 David De Gea arrived to Carrington in his new Aston Martin Vantage
Zenpix10 Spanish ace De Gea has been the Red Devils' player of the season yet again
Zenpix10 Goalkeeper De Gea will be a busy man between the sticks against Arsenal at Old Trafford tomorrow night
Zenpix10 Brazilian midfielder Fred is vying to start against the Gunners at the Theatre of Dreams
And with United seeking their first league win since November 3 and Arsenal fresh from their 4-2 win against Tottenham, fans can expect an exciting encounter.
The Red Devils currently sit seventh in the table following their 2-2 draw with Southampton, and must win to keep their faint hopes of finishing in the top four alive.
They trail Arsenal by a whopping eight points, and the squad know a win against Unai Emery's side will be a major boost for their under-fire boss.
The North London club are looking to stretch their unbeaten run to 20 games, while they are also seeking a first league win at the Theatre of Dreams since September 2006.
Getty – Contributor10 Jose Mourinho believes United will soon rise up the Premier League table
Zenpix10 Chris Smalling will likely start at the back for United in the crunch clash against Arsenal
Zenpix10 Luke Shaw has impressed this season after forcing his way back into the starting XI
Zenpix10 Juan Mata and Ander Hererra car share on their way to training at Carrington
Speaking in the pre-match press conference, Mourinho revealed United deserve to be where they are in the table, but remains fully confident his side will soon rise up.
He said: “I think for Manchester United seventh place I can agree.
"In spite of the investment Everton made which was phenomenal and obviously there was a great improvement in that team from last season in relation to this, but I don't think Everton will be in front of Manchester United at the end of the season.
“There are six teams that should stay in the first six positions, season after season two of these teams are staying outside the top four.
Zenpix10 United trail fourth-placed Arsenal by eight points in the Premier League