Hull City are the visitors as United look to bolster an already impressive home record.
United's chief said: "The players have to put performances on and the supporters have provided us the platform for us to win games. Despite the result in midweek, everyone has to be positive and we want to go into the international break on a high.
"We recognise the opposition's strengths and weaknesses, but I'm more interested in ourselves and what we produce. We have to make sure we are right and I believe we will do, which has taken us to the position we are in."
United have won all but one of the seven games at S2 this season.