Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof admitted that the Red Devils are not satisfied with their current position in the Premier League table. However, he has denied the claims of discord in the dressing room.
Coach Ralf Rangnick’s side dropped points in the Premier League again, as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday. Bruno Fernandes’ double booked Manchester United in the driver’s seat, but a late return from Steven Gerrard caused the two teams to split the spoils.
The draw means United remain seventh in the Premier League table, with 32 points from 20 games. However, the drop in points at Villa Park is a blow to their hopes of finishing in the top 4. They are five points behind fourth-placed West Ham, although they still have one game left in their hands.
Lindelof admits that the Red Devils are not satisfied with their table top spot, while emphasizing that the players are working hard to set consecutive records. Defender told Sky Sports (via Manchester Evening News) on this matter:
“At a club like this you should always fight for the top spots; we know we want to be there. And that’s where we should be. Of course, we’re not happy with the position. That’s why we come here every day and try to improve on that. We want to be higher in the table; that’s always been the main goal for us.”
There have been suggestions that some players are not in good spirits under interim manager Ralf Rangnick. However, Lindelof has said that the players continue to stick together despite recent results. He say:
“The mood in the camp was very good; we were always a tight group, and of course, if you win football games it makes life easier. Especially at a club. sets like this, if you don’t win the games it’s more difficult, but, like I said, we’re always a tight group, and whether we perform well or not, we always stick together. together and fight for greater perfection as a team.”
Manchester United face Brentford in the next Premier League
Manchester United will be hoping to bounce back from their draw against Aston Villa as they lock horns with Brentford. The Red Devils will host Thomas Frank’s side in the Premier League on Wednesday.
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Victory over Brentford will help Ralf Rangnick’s army equal points with Arsenal ranked fifth and two points behind West Ham.
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