â€śWe know weâ€™ll always create one chance and we know our strikers are good enough to take that chance,â€ť he told MUTV. â€śWeâ€™ve learned to remain patient and not to panic, and we did that today.
â€śIt was a massive three points and you could see what it meant with the way we celebrated the goal.
"It was a great touch from Dimitar Berbatov [to set up Carlos Tevez for the winner] and itâ€™s important we have players who can come off the bench and help you win matches.â€ť
But Unitedâ€™s victory wasnâ€™t all about the front men. The Redsâ€™ defence was kept on its toes all afternoon via a barrage of high balls and long throw-ins, not to mention a lively performance from Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller.
â€śWe defended well and it was a massive physical challenge,â€ť Neville said.
â€śTheyâ€™re all huge players â€“ I donâ€™t think thereâ€™s anybody in the Stoke side whoâ€™s shorter than 6ft.
â€śThey were continually playing the ball forward, which was a bit of a throwback to some of the teams we used to play, like Crystal Palace and Wimbledon.
â€śBut Manchester United are a tough team to play against, both in attack and defence, and we donâ€™t shirk anything.â€ť