Ryan Giggs admits Manchester United will have to win all their remaining six games if they are to have any chance of catching Chelsea.
Giggs: 'It's important that we win our remaining matches because it's no good if Chelsea slip up and we slip up as well.
'We realise that we need to keep this momentum going and can't afford to rest on our laurels; we'll be looking to put on a good performance in our next match against Arsenal.
'A few weeks ago the gap was 15 points, but now it's only seven.
'Chelsea are still favourites but all we can do is concentrate on our own job and carry on performing the way we have been doing and I'm sure the results will come.
'We want to try to get as close to them as we can and we're doing that. The sad thing for us is we're running out of games.
'We've got big games coming up but that's how it always is at this stage of the season.
'There's always something at stake no matter who you play because you're up against teams who are either fighting for survival or going for European places.
'We've got six games left and we want to finish the campaign in the same vein of form we've shown over the last three months or so.'