Dimitar Berbatov sends warning to Manchester United over top four race

Dimitar Berbatov has sent a warning to Manchester United over the Premier League top four race. The Reds Devils are sitting on the 5th place of the league table, two points behind Chelsea. The latters were beaten 3 - 2 by West Ham last night, which rose the chances of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side for the fourth spot. With just six Premier League games left to play, Berbatov has warned the players to keep their form the rest of the season. Former United player said: "Their performance against Brighton was great, but now it’s over and if they lose the next game, their work will count for nothing. I’m pretty sure other teams will be sitting up and paying attention to how well United are doing at the moment, and how improved they are, especially those teams that are fighting with them for top four. Now, consistency is key and we must remember that United have had some good games in the past but haven’t really built on that, and they dropped points and didn’t achieve their goals. Now, I think they have their priority in sight, and if they continue to play the way they have shown they can since the restart they will have a really strong finish. The United players shouldn’t be getting carried away and I don’t think they will be doing. We are talking about Man United getting into the top four here, while not long ago it was all about being the top one. That should be enough of a kick and a motivation for the team to say this is their chance to do something here, starting by qualifying for the Champions League and then take it from there. This is Manchester United after all and fighting for just the top four is a step back, they need to do more, but the first thing to do is to get Champions League football. If they continue the way they are going at the moment then they have a great chance to achieve their goals at the end of the season."
Source: Metro UK 

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