Harry Redknapp admitted he'd turned his attentions to Bolton within hours of Tuesday night's fantastic Champions League win against Inter Milan.
The manager described it as 'one of the great nights' after goals from Rafa van der Vaart, Peter Crouch and Roman Pavlyuchenko put the European champions to the sword at the Lane.
But it wasn't long before Harry starting planning for another challenge, this time to the Reebok Stadium for the early 12.45pm kick-off in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday.
Bolton have lost just once at home so far this term - last time out at the Reebok against Liverpool - having picked up a draw against United and win against Stoke.
"It was a great night for everyone, especially the supporters and anyone who enjoys watching football," said Harry.
"But as I've said before, as soon as one match finishes, you are thinking about the next game.
"We're in for a very tough game up at Bolton and we all know that.
"Tuesday has happened and now we're moving on and preparing for another big game on Saturday.
"I was in my car driving home after the game on Tuesday and thinking about nothing else but how we'd go about getting a result on Saturday.
"We'll have to play well at Bolton to pick up anything because they are a good side. They are a dangerous team."