Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has laid bare his plans for the Premier league next season, per reports.
United were no where near the title race after Solskjaer flattered to deceive within his first weeks as the manager of the side.
Jose Mourinho had left the Red Devils in sixth position before his sack but Solskjaer was able to shatter the record Sir Matt Busby by winning his first six games in charge and moving his side up the table.
After returning United within top four places in the league, United faltered and finished in six place on the log, and without any trophy.
Meanwhile, the Premier league title chase was taken to the final day of the league which saw Man City finished just one point above the Kopites, who had a record 97 points for a second placed team.
Although, United have bolstered their squad and are set to sign other players, Liverpool and City have been dubbed as favourites for the title next season.
However, Solskjaer is singing a different tune.
‘The Premier League is a very competitive league,’ said the Norwegian manager
‘What those two teams did last season was exceptional to get 97 and 98 points.
‘I don’t think that will happen again. ‘I think we will see a closer race this season.
‘There are six teams who want to challenge for a Champions League place, there are one or two teams underneath who would [also] like that. ‘But our aim is to focus on ourselves.
‘We have to be better, improve, make sure Man United is our only focus and I’m sure we’ll get closer to the top.’