By FOX Sports Staff
United followed up last week's controversial exit to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League by letting a two goal lead slip in a 2-2 draw with Chelsea in the sixth round of the FA Cup.
Sir Alex Ferguson's men host Reading on Saturday at Old Trafford in the Barclays Premier League and Yorke has urged United to bounce back in the right manner.
United currently hold a 12 point lead over champions Manchester City with 10 games left.
"The manager knows his position because the players will be deflated and aware that they got knocked out of the European Cup, but that has gone now," Dwight told ManUtd.com.
"Yes, you can lick your wounds for a few days but then you dust yourself off and the manager will emphasise that.
"He will have given the players reassurances and told them to ‘focus on the job at hand', which is retaining the Premier League title. But the key is the manner in which we reclaim it. We don't want to bring it back to Old Trafford by just two or three points. Let's try and break the all-time record.:
Yorke was part of the United team which won the title by 18 points during the 1999/2000 season and set records for goals scored and games won in the process.
"In 2000, we won it by 18 points in April and those are the kind of benchmarks that you want to reach," Yorke said.
"Sir Alex has been through it all and this is nothing for him. It is his duty as a manager to reinforce that belief.
"The way we exited the European Cup was sad - we wouldn't have minded if we'd lost with everybody on the pitch but that has gone no and there's no point in bringing it up again. This is what United is all about; dusting yourself down and picking yourself up again.
"We didn't quite get a result against Chelsea on Sunday but we're still in the FA Cup, so we've got to kick on and make sure we do our best when we return to league action against Reading at Old Trafford on Saturday.
"Let's do the job and get the players buzzing again."
Meanwhile, United's FA Cup replay with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge has been set for Easter Monday.
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