By Press Association Sport Staff
Published: 12:51 GMT, 25 October 2020 | Updated: 12:51 GMT, 25 October 2020
Luke Shaw believes Manchester United are back on track having cut out the 'sloppy, silly' mistakes that hurt them in the opening weeks of the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer oversaw a 2-1 triumph at Paris St Germain in Tuesday's Champions League opener, fresh from winning at Newcastle on their return from the international break.
Those results were an impressive response to the 6-1 shellacking at the hands of Tottenham at Old Trafford, where United returned for the first time since that chastening loss on Saturday evening against top-four rivals Chelsea.
Luke Shaw believes Manchester United are back on track after their 0-0 draw with Chelsea
Shaw (right)'s United picked up two wins before their goalless draw with the Blues (above)
United edged the game but had to settle for a 0-0 draw that means they have failed to win any of their first three home games in a league season for the first time since 1972-73, but Shaw is looking at the positives and progress.
'We defended much better than we have been, especially against a very good team like Chelsea who have high-quality players all around the pitch,' the left-back said.
'I feel like they didn't really create much, and we did well in that aspect. But higher up the pitch we should have maybe grabbed a goal, or maybe even two, and taken the three points.
'When we're on the pitch now, it feels different to what it was before. Before, we made a lot of sloppy, silly mistakes - individual mistakes - and I think we've learned from that and we've worked hard in training.