He is convinced they are on course to make someone pay over the coming weeks. And with United next up at Anfield, he would love it to be the 19-time champions.
Downing, 27, said: "We've been creating chances and I think there will be a day soon when we put all of them away and we'll have a big win over somebody.
"We need to be more clinical and kill teams off — the game against Wolves was a good example. We made it a harder day than it needed to be because we should have scored a few more times.
"But it's good to see the fans are enjoying the way we're trying to play.
"Fans want to be entertained, see goals and forward players attacking. It's nice when you can do that.
"Some managers obviously don't want a game to be too open. But from a fans' point of view, players are there to entertain and do well. I think, particularly at home so far, we've done that. Our football has been good and long may it continue."