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Man Utd 14:05 Leicester

Park prepared for City

Midfielder delighted to score winner against Wolves

Last Updated: 08/11/10 8:43am

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Park Ji-sung wants Manchester United to stay in the 'winning mood' after his last-gasp effort against Wolves.

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United claimed a sixth successive victory in all competitions at the weekend as South Korean international Park's last-minute goal secured a 2-1 triumph over Wolves.

The midfielder had earlier put United in front at the end of the first half with his first Premier League goal of the season as Sir Alex Ferguson sent out a patched-up team.

The Red Devils face local rivals City on Wednesday before travelling to Aston Villa at the weekend and Park stressed the importance of beating Wolves ahead of the two away games.

Important games

"Next week we have two very important games and we needed to stay in the winning mood," Park told MUTV.

"We've done that and now we have to prepare well for the game against Manchester City."

Park had scored twice in the Carling Cup this season, but was delighted to get off the mark in the league in such dramatic circumstances.

"I'm very happy," added Park. "We've got another three points and I've scored the winning goal in the last minute. I'm very happy with that.

"You can't compare this feeling to anything else, the feeling of scoring the winning goal in the last minute with the crowd all jumping up and shouting.

"It's an unbelievable experience, I really enjoyed that. We kept trying to score and in the end we did it."

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