Man United is keen on finishing in a better position after seeing Ralf Rangnick take over from Micheal Carrick who was caretaker manager
The Red Devils have truly been through a lot this season and did find their breakthrough the minute they showed Solskjaer the exit door.
The Norwegan’s pattern was instrumental to their long poor run of form, with United even slumping to a minus goal difference on the league table.
Clean sheets were far fetched from United under Ole Solskjaer but since his sack, United have cultivated a new habit of guarding their net aright.
“We have conceded the highest amount of goals in the top ten,” Ralf Rangnick said after their hard-fought 1-0 win against Norwich City on Saturday.
“Now we have two clean sheets which is good but we still need to improve on that away, especially against physical teams or teams that attack high like Norwich did.
“It’s also a question of body language and physicality and this was one of the major issues that we could have done better.
“I haven’t seen that many teams play against the top teams like Norwich did so. They didn’t play like a bottom team.
“In the end we need to be able to compete on that kind of level and be physically ready. There’s still room for improvement in this area.
“In three days we have the next away game at Brentford and it won’t be any easier.”
Further quizzed on what the target for the season looks like, Ralf added; “That’s a very hard question but the thing we have to understand is that the Premier League is a tough league.
“Provided the gaps on the positions already, I know the top 4 is more possible now. We will fight our way back into the zone.
“The boys are all fired up to achieve something this season. It’s a game of teamwork and they are happy to be working together. Maybe we can finish on the third place.”