Manchester United won 3-0 away to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon, to push them just that little closer to a European place for next season.
Phil Jones opened the scoring for the visitors in the 34th minute, the England international powerfully heading past Ben Foster.
United doubled their lead 20 minutes into the second half, when Wayne Rooney headed in from close-range before substitute Danny Welbeck finished after good work from Rooney.
The result takes some pressure off David Moyes, and sends United into the games ahead with renewed confidence.
As impressive as their forward play was, Jones and Chris Smalling also impressed at the back and suggested the loss of Nemanja Vidic may not be as bad as some fans fear.
The result sends United up one place into sixth, while the Baggies remain embroiled in a relegation battle, just one point clear of 18th-placed Sunderland who now have two games in hand.