Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned his his players against lack of concentration ahead of decisive clash against Leicester City.
The Foxes host Man United on Sunday at the King Power Stadium as the battle for Champions League qualification goes down to the wire.
The Norwegian has urged the players to forget about the outcome and give their all to secure a top-four spot.
“One lapse of concentration can hurt you. We’re gonna go into it with a strong frame of mind we have one more game this season, this is a journey for this team, this is one extra step on the journey for this team,” Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said during the pre-Leicester City presser on Friday, as cited by the MEN.
“We’ve come a long way mentally, shown more robustness, resilience, lost the first goal in games, we’ve also shown the heights when everything’s flowing, I’m delighted with how the development looks.”
“We’re looking forward to the game, given ourselves a good chance of Champions League next year but we can’t go in thinking about the outcome, we’ve just got to perform at a high enough level and get the result,” the Norwegian added.
“We want to dominate the game, wanted to get this position to go to Leicester and beat them we want to go there and try and win the game.”
The Red Devils must avoid a defeat at the King Power Stadium to finish in the Premier League top-four this season.