Although the Europa League is probably Manchester United’s only chance of silverware this season, Scott McTominay believes they are heading in the right direction.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
rejoined the club in 2018,the Red Devils
were sixth in thePremier League
but now they are likely to finish in the top-four as they are 14 points behind the leaders Manchester City and are eight points clear of West Ham in fifth.
believes that although the Red Devils have let themselves down with “sloppy results” this season, they are still heading in the right direction.
"We've got a good group of players with top, top quality," McTominay toldESPN
"People are quite quick to forget how well we've done at times. It's the sloppy results that have let us down.
“This team is evolving. It's not a time to panic."
Manchester United still have some big games to come before the end of the season. They are going to face Granda in the Europa League quarter-final and also they are going to meet Tottenham, Liverpool, and Leicester as they are trying to hold onto their Champions League qualification spot.
With the pressure rising and legs tiring, McTominay says he is just trying to keep his consistency through to the end of the season.
"My parents raised me to be humble and hard-working," he said. "I'm not perfect every game and I know that.
“I've got a lot to improve on but there's also things I do well so I'm just trying to improve and kick start my game to another level.
“I just want to do my best. It's about consistency and playing well over the course of a season."