We fear no one
John O'Shea says they are not worried about who they will draw in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Liverpool became the 4th Premiership side to reach the quarter-finals to join United, Arsenal and Chelsea in Friday's draw.
The English quartet could end up facing each other in the quarter-finals, but John O'Shea insists United are not looking to avoid anyone in the draw.
"The top four teams in the last couple of seasons are obviously in the last eight of the Champions League and it is an exciting time," O'Shea told Sky Sports News.
"It obviously proves the Premier League is probably now the best league in the world.
"It is great to be a part of it and we are not looking to avoid anyone or get anyone.
"Whoever you get, you get in the draw.
"Obviously we have played Roma already this year in the group stages and we are familiar with most teams that are left in the draw so it will be interesting to see who we get.
"It does not matter at all. To win a European Cup you have to face quality teams and that is what we are going to have to do
Current Premiership Table