Rio Ferdinand has revealed that he still thinks Manchester United can finish in the top four this season, despite their poor start to the season.
United currently sit in sixth, but with games in hand, the Red Devils could feasibly move into the top four.
And the Red Devils have fared well under their new boss Ralf Rangnick, who replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in December.
Rangnick's side brushed aside Burnley on Thursday evening as the Red Devils continued their upwards momentum up the league.
And United legend Ferdinand has tipped his former side to continue their run of form into the Champions League spots.
"I’ve gone with my heart but Man United in the last four games… maybe the performances can be questioned at times but it’s a new person in charge," he said.
"He’s trying to implement his tactics and hasn’t had time on the training pitch so I think that’ll improve and I think there’s scope to improve there and I think they will do.
"As much as there’s a bit of doom and gloom around the club in terms of performance.
"They’ve won three out of their last four games so I think the run of games they’ve got will put them in a good place."
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United's first game of 2022 will see them welcome Wolves to Old Trafford on Monday.
Wolves have struggled in front of goal in recent fixtures, and they've fired blanks in five of their last six fixtures.
However, they have also been tough to break down, and you have to go back to the start of November to find a game when they conceded more than one.
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