Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has insisted that the team has improved under his tenure.
The German has come under a lot of scrutinies following a spate of poor results with the club fans thinking that he is no different from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who he succeeded at the helm of the team.
But the German has a different idea about such opinions stating that he has had a good outing after suffering just one Premier League defeat in his 11 games at the helm.
“Of course, I have had to work with a group that was not put together by me. That’s not alibis or excuses, just a mere fact. For me, it was about getting the right mix and the right moments in which we had to play offensively and defensively.
“Obviously we had to reduce the number of goals conceded – which we have – and on the other hand still be dangerous in possession. I think we have shown some improvement in the weeks and months – but there is still space for more in the future.
“We just need to stick to a game plan even if a game doesn’t go well, keep our heads up and stick to the plan even if it is not working well. This is the thing we have to get better on,” Rangnick said.
The German aim of helping United to finish in the top four will once again be tested on Sunday when they travel to Elland Road to take on Leeds United in an early Kick Off clash.