Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has just one thing on his mind ahead of the visit of Manchester United this weekend – three points.

The Red Devils come to Selhurst Park without an away win in 2014, and with no Premier League win in three games.

Meanwhile, the Eagles, boasting a fully fit squad, are unbeaten at home in four matches, including three consecutive wins.

United have the added distraction of a trip to Greece on Tuesday night to face Olympiakos in the last 16 of the Champions League.

However, Pulis is expecting nothing but a tough afternoon come Saturday.

He said: “With the players Manchester United have, they can beat anyone in Europe on any given day.

“We have to be on it 110 per cent, we have to make sure everyone is going into the game with the right attitude, and hope that the atmosphere on the day will take us up to the level where we can compete with them.”

He added: “It is always a special atmosphere when you play the top four or five teams, and obviously United are one of the greatest clubs in world football.

“Everyone looks forward to it, not just the players, but the supporters as well.

“Personally, it does not matter who we are playing, I am only worried about getting the three points.”