Manchester United interim boss, Ralf Rangnick has insisted that it is all about the Red Devils taking the next development steps.
Rangnick said this when asked whether finishing fourth position on the Premier League table is the minimum requirement for Man United this season.
The German spoke following Man United’s Premier League 3-1 win over Burnley on Thursday night at Old Trafford.
Goals from Scott McTominay, Ben Mee (OG) and Cristiano Ronaldo ensured Man United defeated Burnley.
The result means Man United are now in the 6th position on the Premier League table, with 31 points from 18 games.
It also means Man United are level on points with fifth-placed West Ham and four behind fourth-placed Arsenal, who face leaders, Manchester City this weekend.
Asked whether finishing fourth is the minimum requirement for his team this season, Rangnick told Amazon Prime: “I wouldn’t say that.
“It is about taking the next development steps. Now eight games in a row without a defeat. It is about taking the next steps.”
Man United’s next Premier League game is against Wolves on Monday.