The in-form striker has 26 in all competitions and takes form of 14 goals in his last 15 games in the Premier League to a huge game against United. We kick-off at 4pm.
We travel to Manchester sitting sixth in the table, three points adrift of Louis van Gaal’s team.
“I’m thoroughly enjoying my football, enjoying being out there with my mates and playing and the most important thing is that we’re winning matches,” said Harry, named Barclays Player of the Month for the second-successive month after taking February’s award on Friday.
“We have to take the momentum of the wins against Swansea and QPR into the matches ahead.
“Those two wins were important for us.We came away from Wembley disappointed and we also went out of the Europa League but it shows the character of the squad to then win two tough games on the bounce.
“We know we’ve tough games coming up, starting with United at Old Trafford and we’re looking forward to it.
“On a personal level, there are still 10 games remaining and I just want to score as many goals as possible but it’s a team game and that’s most important.”