JACK Stephens insisted Saints have nothing to fear ahead of tonight’s game against Manchester United.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side will arrive at Old Trafford on the back of going three games without a defeat, including a brilliant win over Man City.

United are on an excellent run themselves, picking up four wins on the bounce.

But Stephens believes Saints have shown enough since Project Restart to pull off another good result against a team from Manchester.

He said: “They have had some really good results since the break but then they’ve got some brilliant players, so they are always likely to pick up results.

“On their day they can beat anyone in this league and we know we have to go there with the right attitude and the right mindset.

“We’ll have to give it our all and if we do that we’ll have a great chance.

“We are on a good run, three unbeaten, and we want to keep this going for as long as possible.

“We know it’s going to be a tough game at Old Trafford, but we are full of confidence.

“If we play and fight like we did against Everton then we are in with a real shout of getting a point or three.”

One player receiving plenty of attention since football resumed is Mason Greenwood, Manchester United’s talented youngster.

The 18-year-old was again on target for the Red Devils in their 3-0 win against Aston Villa on Friday, scoring his ninth top-flight goal of the season.

Talk has already turned to Greenwood being called up to the England squad in September, however, Stephens says they won’t approach dealing with the forward any different to how they normally prepare for games.

“Like any of our opposition’s players, we will always look at clips before the game to see who we are up against and to assess their strengths and weaknesses,” Saints’ defender added.

“Greenwood will be no different.

“We’ll look at him and we’ll look at the rest of their players and see where we can go.”