Manchester United's Luke Shaw already looking ahead to derby clash with Manchester City
By Nathan Orr
Last Updated: 28/08/16 2:12pm
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw admits he is already thinking about the Premier League derby clash with Manchester City, which takes place after the international break.
Shaw has played a key role for United so far this season, with Jose Mourinho's side winning their first three Premier League matches.
It has been an impressive return to form for the 21-year-old, as he spent the majority of last season on the sidelines after breaking his leg in a Champions League fixture against PSV Eindhoven in September.
Shaw, who is expected to be named in Sam Allardyce's England squad ahead of next weekend's World Cup qualifier against Slovakia, has underlined the importance of the Manchester derby, which will be live on Sky Sports 1 HD.
"We want to win every game and this game is over now," Shaw told his club's official website after Saturday's 1-0 win at Hull City.
"We've got to focus on the international break but obviously we have the big game against Manchester City when we come back.
"We know matches like that can help us win championships."
Marcus Rashford scored a dramatic last-gasp goal against the Tigers to retain Manchester United's 100 per cent winning record this season.
And Shaw says celebrating the 92nd-minute winner was one of the best moments he has had in his professional career.
"I think, emotion-wise, that was the best I've felt ever on a pitch," he said.
"I'm just so happy that we could get the three points, not just for us but for the fans. They were unbelievable.
"It was an unreal feeling and even a few of the lads in there [the dressing room] said it was like taking them back to the old days when they sometimes used to get those smash-and-grab wins. I loved it and hopefully there's more to come."