Arsenal icon Wright believes more is to be expected of two proven performers, telling Radio 5 Live: "As good as Mkhitaryan and Ozil are, in respect to what they're earning we're talking about £500,000-a-week".
James Pacheco says: "Burnley carry on struggling to score and are up against a side high on confidence who will be viewing this as a good opportunity to climb even higher up the table".
"Every supporter needs to feel that with us, and push like they pushed against Tottenham".
However, that eight-point gap to the Champions League spots is unlikely to diminish quickly unless United can beat the teams they are competing against for those coveted places.
United twice came from behind against Arsenal - fast becoming a feature of the season - to prove they are not ready to throw in the towel and Dalot insists the whole squad is behind the manager.
"And as footballers we just enjoy our football and want to win games".
The Portuguese is having a hard time at Old Trafford with the Reds in eighth place - 18 points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City and eight off the top four. "Leading the game, especially going in at half-time, always puts you in a comfortable position and if we can do that now for the remainder of this season it would help us".
Harry Kane scored one goal and set up another in a win for Tottenham that showed the size of the task facing new Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl, who watched from the stands at Wembley Stadium on the day he was hired as Mark Hughes' replacement.
"We sleep thinking about (getting into the top four) and we wake up thinking about that and for sure we will get there".
"I would have taken seventh or sixth to be honest with you, don't get me wrong, it's a transitional year".
"The second half, I think our players worked to win".