Wayne Rooney has urged Manchester United fans to rally behind the team as the Red Devils seek to emerge from their woeful form. MANCHESTER: Wayne Rooney has called on Manchester United’s fans to remain behind the team as they look to end a three-game losing streak against Swansea on Saturday. The Premier League champions lost to Tottenham Hotspur on New Year’s Day followed by an FA Cup exit at Swansea, before more cup misery came in the shape of a 2-1 reverse in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final with Sunderland. United now lie 11 points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal heading into this weekend’s fixtures, with their hopes of finishing in the top four and so qualifying for next season’s Champions League under severe threat. United’s supporters have also watched their team lose four times already in the Premier League at Old Trafford this season, the defeats adding to the pressure manager David Moyes already faced in succeeding the retired Alex Ferguson. But Rooney, battling to be fit to face Swansea after missing the last two games with an abductor problem, urged fans to remain loyal to both the team and Moyes. “The fans’ support is very important. The fans have been great here, especially now when we are not in the best of form and we have lost the last few games,” he said. “We need them to support us through this time,” the England striker added. “We will get stronger and we will get better….