Even though Manchester United has managed four straight wins in Premier League, Ander Herrera has said that he isn’t thinking about the top-four finish in order to edge closer to the qualification spots of Champions League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the caretaker boss of Manchester United who came as a replacement of Jose Mourinho have matched the record of Matt Busby, the former manager of United by winning the first 4 matches of the league at the helm.
Romelu Lukaku, the substitute along with Marcus Rashford had caused the damage with a 2–0 win against Newcastle. This created an opportunity for United for cutting the gap to Chelsea in 4th position to only 6 points.
Manchester United had been eleven points off the pace while Mourinho was fired. However, Herrera isn’t letting his mind to wander off far. He says that when he noticed that they were 12 points behind, the decision not to think about this. They go game by game and that is exactly what he has done. This is what he did and he feels that things are progressing quite well. He mentions that he will not think about this.
He also goes on to say that if they continue playing like this, they will be close to top 4 positions but this is not something which will kill his mind. The match of Manchester United against Spurs appears to be tough but Manchester United will proceed there in the month of January with their 3rd clean sheet of Premier League.