Mohamed Salah might also have his eyes on being the Premier League top scorer for the third straight season after netting two late goals on the counterattack against Southampton to move to 14, three behind Leicester's Jamie Vardy.
"We had to change in the second half". It has won 100 points from a possible 102 going back to March previous year.
He kept Rui Patricio on his toes with a series of long-range drives, one of which the Wolves goalkeeper almost spilt into his own net.
"Bruno is a top player", said United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"If I speak to the players before the game about the qualities of the other team they don't think: "Yes you say that because we have to concentrate".
But that's as good as it got for the hosts, who looked in desperate need of their upcoming winter break, having not scored in three Premier League games.
Chelsea's 2-2 draw at Leicester City was no high-scoring flash in the pan - the Opta data lists 49 goals in the Blues' 13 away games.
Fourth-placed Chelsea sits five points clear of fifth-placed Sheffield United and six ahead of United and Wolves.
Watford fared even worse as they collapsed to a 3-2 home defeat to 10-man Everton after Theo Walcott scored a last-gasp victor.
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"Not many people gave us the top four slot and I understand why, and it's probably the same now", said Lampard.
Center back Antonio Rudiger scored twice for Chelsea, either side of goals for Leicester from Harvey Barnes and Ben Chilwell.
A brilliant leap from Rudiger 19 minutes from time denied the Foxes all three points, but Brendan Rodgers' men maintain an eight-point lead over Chelsea in third.
The stalemate saw the hosts slip to sixth on 35 points, one behind Sheffield United, who won 1-0 at Crystal Palace courtesy of a goalkeeping howler from Vicente Guaita, who dropped the ball into his own net when making a hash of collecting a corner.
The Hammers, who were without deadline-day signing Jarrod Bowen, led 2-0 and 3-1 but had to settle for a point at home to Brighton.
Watford failed to even collect a point after going 2-0 up on Everton through Adam Masina and Roberto Pereyra.
On their part, Bournemouth made it back-to-back wins with a 2-1 success at home to Aston Villa thanks to goals late in the first half from Philip Billing and Nathan Ake.
The Hornet s switched off from two set-pieces in first-half stoppage time to allow Yerry Mina's double to bring Carlo Ancelotti's men level.
Norwich are now seven points adrift of safety at the bottom of the table as they again paid for not taking their chances in a 0-0 draw at Newcastle.