Dominant win at Fulham moves Manchester United into top four

Dominant win at Fulham moves Manchester United into top four

United's run of form has seen them be unbeaten in 11 games in all, with two wins coming in the FA Cup, only failing to beat Burnley but even that game didn't halt their momentum as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 in a result that must have felt nearly like a win.

"But we've got Liverpool, we've got (Manchester) City (still to play), so we might have a say in what's happening at the top of the table", he said.

Mata is out of contract at the end of the season and although negotiations with the club have been going on since a year ago, the Spaniard, who arrived from Chelsea in 2014, is yet to agree a new deal.

Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial were in top form as Manchester United continued their unbeaten run under Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer by securing a comfortable 3-0 win over Fulham.

"The good atmosphere helps the team, and for me, being more in the box gives me more chances to score".

"But my job description was, until the summer, get us playing in a certain way, get the mood back, get results - of course, I love every single minute of it and I'll take whatever comes when it comes".

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The World Cup victor has scored eight and created five Premier League goals since Mourinho left the club in December.

"I speak to him like I do with the others, it's about getting the best out of players, that's management". He came to the dressing room. Who I meet and when I meet people is not really up for me to tell.

All in all, Martial is a player that Old Trafford has always loved and antics like these are a positive sign as to what he'll be able to achieve in the period of time that he has freshly extended.

The odds are against the team with the worst defensive record in the division, with 58 goals conceded, pulling off a miraculous escape given that they are seven points adrift of 17th place with 12 games remaining.

"It's not me making a difference to the club".

Asked if it was the biggest challenge of his managerial career so far, he answered with an equal mix of caution and enthusiasm. "It's something I'm looking forward to".

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