Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick insists they won't roll over at Arsenal, despite the manner of their draw with Fulham yesterday.

Carrick insists that the players can pick themselves up in time for the clash, and believes that the Reds can take maximum points away from the Emirates.

He told MUTV: "We'll be ready [for Arsenal]. We'll pick ourselves up and get back to training in the morning. It's one of those seasons - setback after setback - and we have just got to pick ourselves up. We have to believe that with performances, things are going to change. There's no better place to do that than on Wednesday night at Arsenal, and we still believe that we can go there and get the result we want."