After Manchester United’s 2-0 loss to Manchester City Ole Gunnar Solskjaer promised the fans that next season they will return with a “better attitude”.
Solskjaer admitted post-game that his side have plenty of work to do.
“In the short term we are still in the race for the top four and we know we must deliver a good performance against Chelsea [on Sunday].
“But we will have a better attitude than everyone else when we come back in the summer.”
Besides his promises for next season Solskjaer also hailed their derby opponents by admitting that they are now ‘the best team’.
"You could see from the first minute that they wanted to show the crowd, who were incredible again," said Solskjaer.
“The first half was decent, we held our own and created chances with some efforts. Going in to half-time we know there was a lot of work to be done, but they won deservedly because they had too much for us.
"They are the best team in the country, they have set the standard in the last two seasons.
"What Pep Guardiola has done with his players is remarkable and we are so close to it in the vicinity so we feel it every day.
“Of course we are disappointed but you can look at yourself and say we gave everything but we need to do that tomorrow and the next day, it’s about doing everything you can to close it [the gap].”