Carlos Tevez admits he is out for revenge in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Sunday.
United striker Tevez has confessed he was 'hurt' by the defeat at the City of Manchester Stadium in August.
And the Argentinean insists the Red Devils cannot afford anymore slip ups, after scoring United's last-gasp equaliser against Tottenham last weekend, as they bid to retain their Premier League crown.
"I'm really excited about the derby," Tevez said in the Daily Star. "The defeat there hurt me and now is the moment for revenge.
"After the draw against Spurs we cannot fail again if we want to win the title. At Old Trafford it is obligatory to win every match.
"Arsenal are the leaders for now but I am convinced we will triumph."