By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Red Devils secured their 20th Barclays Premier League title two weeks ago with victory over Aston Villa; since then, United have appeared to take their foot off the gas and only managed to eke out a 1-1 draw with Arsenal the previous week before getting beaten 1-0 by Rafael Benitez's Chelsea on Sunday.
With nothing else to play for this season, Sir Alex Ferguson has taken the opportunity to rotate his squad and gave several of his fringe players a run-out against Chelsea.
However, Evans stressed his side would still be taking their upcoming two games, against Swansea and West Brom, seriously, especially given that the former fixture will be the last time United will play at Old Trafford this season.
"We will lift the [Premier League] trophy next week against Swansea at Old Trafford, which will be a big day for us and we want to win that game," Evans told MUTV.
"It's then the last game of the season against West Brom and we want to win that as well.
"We want to win every game and, going into these last two games, I'm sure the lads will be up for it and we want to make sure we put on a good performance for the fans."
Evans also acknowledged Chelsea 'deserved' to beat United on Sunday after admitting his side were playing far from their best.
"I don't know; it's hard to put my finger on why we weren't up to our normal standards," Evans added.
"We've had a hectic couple of weeks but Chelsea have been our rivals and we're disappointed not to get three points against them. Maybe they had more intensity in their play because they are pushing for a Champions League spot, but it is hard to say. I think they deserved their victory in the end.
"We got into good crossing positions, especially in the first half, but we didn't quite find our men in the box - maybe we should have got more men in the box. I think Chelsea set up to counter-attack us and they hit us on the break and we got away with it a few times."
Mata scored Chelsea's winning goal in the 87th minute after Evans failed to make a proper clearance, and the Northern Irishman took full responsiblity for his costly mistake.
"I had a bad clearance myself, they found a bit of space in midfield," Evans admitted.
"They had quite a few men forward at that time and the ball has crept in past Anders, who had a very good game.
"We don't want to lose any game and the way we conceded the goal was disappointing."
United have thus far amassed 85 points from 36 games.