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"I think we need both things [more quality and a better mindset] that you mentioned".

United and West Ham played out a goalless draw.

He's not going to end the match because I want him to leave that pitch alone and I want him to feel what the Manchester United supporters feel in relation to him.

A third blank in their last five league games for United means local rivals Manchester City can seal another Premier League record by winning the league by at least 19 points if they win at Southampton on the last day of the season on Sunday.

West Ham's Marko Arnautovic hit an early strike straight at David De Gea before the Austria worldwide could only head over from six yards after Chris Smalling made a mess of clearing Aaron Cresswell's cross.

But the Red Devils still have a last throw of the dice when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup final at the same venue. I know the style sometimes frustrates the fans but you can not argue with results. I don't want to be a manager who celebrates avoiding relegation.

"The next evolution? Maybe I will see you in a few years and you will certainly have a European league over the weekends", he said.

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Nevertheless, Manchester United are on course for their highest placed finish since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, and they can still win the FA Cup by beating Chelsea FC in the final later this month.

Yet the football they have played and the total dominance they've enjoyed, without a challenge from United or any other club, has rightly frustrated the Old Trafford faithful.

"I said a couple of weeks ago that I expect Liverpool to be in the mix but United will be right there, too".

United may well have beaten all the top clubs but they've lost to too numerous bottom clubs.

Pascal Gross' goal saw the Red Devils went down 1-0 away to Brighton on Friday, their second defeat in four league fixtures.

West Ham forward Jordan Hugill could make his first start since joining the club in January, with Javier Hernandez still nursing a knee injury.

While their displays have often left a lot to be desired, one man simply can't understand why everyone is picking on United.