He now hopes that getting one foot into the last eight of the Europa League with a positive result in Moscow can erase the pain of losing in Wales.
Looking ahead to United's first leg clash with Guus Hiddink's team, Taylor told the Evening Chronicle: "It can't come any quicker. We need a game under our belt.
"We go to Moscow and it will be freezing. But when you come from a defeat you want the next game quickly, and we have that."