Fernandes explains what Solskjaer needs to do to win Premier League at Man Utd
Bruno Fernandes is convinced Manchester United are on the right path to be crowned Premier League champions again.
United have not won the league since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down after winning his 13 th Premier League title in 2013.
Since then, David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho have tried and failed to bring the title back to Old Trafford, with current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the latest to try.
United finished third last season and are on course to finish second this term, with playmaker Fernandes convinced they can go one better next year and challenge for the title.
“I think honestly the team has improved a lot since I arrived,” said Fernandes.
“I feel the improvement, but I think the team is improving since the coach arrived. He’s trying to put his hand on the team and make it better and better.
“I have to talk about since I'm here and, since I'm here, I feel the team is improving, but what I see before is the team was already improving and making big steps.
“Sometimes it falls down, but it's trying to be consistent.
“I think Manchester United has to be a contender every season for the title, for every trophy and not just for the Premier League – for every trophy.
“I think the team can do better and we know that. We have to improve and keep on improving, like I’ve said, if we want to be champions. We have to be the best version of ourselves.”
Fernandes, speaking in a Q&A session with United fans, added: “Winning trophies is the most important thing I have in my mind now. For every player, I think it’s really important winning trophies.
“That's the thing you'll remember more when you finish your career – the trophies you won, the friends you’ve made, the good moments you passed.
“Winning trophies is with your team-mates, so you work as hard as you can to help your team and your team-mates to make all that work in the training ground into giving some joy.”
Source: Read Full Article