Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United can still qualify for the Champions League, despite a collapse in form extended by their derby defeat against Manchester City.
United have now lost seven of their past nine games in all competitions, leaving them three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea in the Premier League with three matches to go.
But they have been helped by the stumbles of others, with Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat to Wolves on Wednesday keeping the door open.
Chelsea visit Old Trafford on Sunday, and Solskjaer has urged his side to keep fighting for Champions League football despite the chastening 2-0 defeat at the hands of City on Wednesday.
“We need more quality on Sunday, and if we win that game, we have two games to go,” Solskjaer told manutd.com.