Despite winning four games on the bounce and performing really well, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea insists they have achieved nothing yet.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side kept the pressure on the Premier League's top four following Thursday's 3-0 win at Aston Villa, but with four games remaining and a tough battle for a UCL-place finish, De Gea insisted the job needs to be completed.
The goalkeeper said: "Of course we are very confident now but we haven't done anything yet. We have some important games coming now so we need to be very, very focused and keep the level that we showed today and in the last four games.
"We're in a good mood, a good way, so yes, we keep looking forward to the next game.
"We're really happy with three massive points and we're really close to fourth and third positions. We are showing a lot of good things, like we did in the last three or four games. It's great to see the team performing like this.
"For the first 30 minutes they pressed really high and hit the post but after we scored the first goal they opened more and we created more chances and scored a very important goal, the second goal.
"We controlled the game very well, we didn't concede many chances so it was a really good performance."
The Spain international kept a clean sheet on his 399th appearance for United, the most games of any overseas player for the club, surpassing Peter Schmeichel's record.
Fifth-placed United are currently just a point behind Leicester City – who they face on the final day of the season – and two adrift of Chelsea in third.
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