Manchester United suffered a dispiriting FA Cup elimination at home to Arsenal on Monday night, and there is little time for them to feel sorry for themselves.
The Red Devils face a crucial run of fixtures in the Premier League as the race for the top four hots up, beginning with the visit of Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
Mauricio Pochettino's side will visit Old Trafford confident of getting a result having seen their North London rivals win 2-1, and breaking their own hoodoo at the stadium a couple of seasons ago under Andre Villas-Boas' management.
They will face a United side this weekend who will also be without their record signing, Argentine international Angel di Maria.
The World Cup star was sent off for two bookable offences during the game, and is suspended for the Tottenham match.
Di Maria provided an assist for Wayne Rooney to score during the loss last night, creating three chances before he was substituted, but Spurs fans are not convinced his absence will be a considerable advantage.
The winger has not been in good form lately, with just three assists and no goals in his last 11 games, fading after a promising start last Autumn.
United are also without injured striker Robin van Persie, and the suspended Jonny Evans.
Here is a look at the reaction from Tottenham fans...
Presumably Di Maria suspended and can't play vs. Spurs at the weekend. Not sure if that's a good thing, he's been awful for ages. #COYS— Richard Joyce (@R_J_Joyce) March 9, 2015
No Di Maria and Evans against us this weekend ... not a big loss for Utd really #COYS— Mr Irwin (@B_Irwin14) March 9, 2015
No replay but with Di Maria being sent off he won't be available for this Sunday. Thats a win #COYS— Suffolkspur (@suffolkspur) March 9, 2015
Fancied united tonight, but happy to go there with no di Maria and their confidence in bits #COYS— Nick Harrison (@nickharrison_) March 9, 2015
Delighted. Di Maria now not able to play against us on Sunday. #COYS— SiJo Media (@SiJoMedia) March 9, 2015
No Di Maria isn't necessarily good news...Mata might be in the team...definitely a better player #COYS— Antonio (@Antonio_Kon) March 9, 2015