Following Manchester United’s win against Everton last Sunday that moved them into two points off Champions League spot, midfielder Ander Herrera says his side are in for the fight.
Loius Van Gaal’s side have endured a disastrous season which saw them drop out of the Champions League in the group stages, before falling against domestic rivals, Liverpool, in the Europa League knockout stages.
Their Premier League title ambitions are all but over but Herrera has warned rivals that Man United are ready for the next seven games, are have their sights on the top four places.
“It is not going to be easy because Man City also want to be in the next Champions League tournament, but we have to fight for it. I think we are ready to do it,” he told reporters.
“Man United should be in the Champions League every year. I think in the last 25 or 26 years, there has been just one time when we didn’t play Champions League, so we want to be there.
“We are Man United, we as players are obligated to fight until the end and I think we have the quality to be there. Man City has a bigger squad, with very good players, but I think right now we can fight against them.”