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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted the race for the top-four is not over yet. He believes Tottenham can still make it into the final Champions League spot.
Solskjaer has admitted there were seven teams which are still actively fighting for a place alongside newly-crowned champions, Liverpool and Manchester City in the top-four.
Spurs currently sit seventh with 45 points, the Red Devils are four points ahead of them in sixth place and Wolves are in fifth having played an extra game.
“I think there are many teams for that battle for third-fourth [spot],” said Solskjaer via Metro.
“Leicester, Chelsea, us, Wolves doing really well, Tottenham, Arsenal and Sheffield United wanna put a run together and put a challenge in there.
“It’s exciting for fans, been waiting for football that matters, we want fans in the stadiums but at least now we can sit back and watch some exciting games.”
As Manchester City are set to face the UEFA ban, fifth place will be expected to be good enough to claim a spot in the next campaign of the Champions League.