Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has warned that his side hasn’t achieved anything this season yet. He said this after his side’s victory over Aston Villa by 3-0 in the Premier League match today.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men continued their four-match winning streak in the Premier League and also became the first team to register four consecutive games by 3+ goal margin.
By doing that, The Red Devils managed to put immense pressure on the top four in the Premier League as they inched closer to the fourth-seed Leicester City FC. But goalkeeper David de Gea has insisted that the job is still not complete with four games remaining in the ongoing season.
“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” the goalkeeper said.
David made his 399th appearance for the side as he surpassed the former keeper Peter Schmeichel and also maintained to have a clean sheet in the game. He praised his side after the win, saying:
“We’re really happy with three massive points and we’re really close to the fourth and third positions. We are showing a lot of good things as we did in the last three or four games. It’s great to see the team performing like this.”
— David de Gea (@D_DeGea) July 9, 2020
Manchester United have now won 17 back to back matches across all competitions, and probably going through a very good phase this season. Soleskjaer’s men are next scheduled to face Southampton in their next Premier League fixture next week on Tuesday.