February 06, 2009


Sunday's match at West Ham takes Ji-sung Park back to the city where he scored his only United goal of the season so far.

The South Korean has enjoyed one of his best campaigns in a red shirt in terms of appearances and praise for his all-action, high-energy style. But his only strike to date was way back in September, albeit a crucial one in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

"There are so many things that make a good game," says Park. "But in order to get a positive result, to get a victory, goals are obviously the most important thing. I know I have to score more goals."

Goalscoring aside, Park is pleased with his current form, as well as the team's. But despite United's surge to the top of the table, and Liverpool being tipped as the sole challengers, the livewire winger won't take anything for granted.

"Nobody knows what’s going to happen," he says. "I don’t think it’s only a two-horse race, because Chelsea have already played home and away against two of the big four teams.

"West Ham will be tough for us, they have been good this season. But it's important to keep winning so we'll concentrate on the pitch and do our best."

Ji-sung Park was talking to the official Korean website, ManUtd.kr.