Ander Herrera is refusing to get caught up in the pain of defeat to Everton and is instead immediately looking ahead to the remaining four fixtures in the race for the top four.
Manchester United opened up a comfortable gap in the hunt for a Champions League qualification position with six consecutive wins but losses against Chelsea and Everton have thrown Louis van Gaal‘s side back into the rat race.
Liverpool could go four points behind Man United with four games remaining if they win their game in hand against Hull City on Tuesday night and having thrown an eight point lead away with five games remaining to lose the Premier League title, United fans know too well that nothing is certain at this stage in the season.
Despite the disappointing defeat to Everton, Herrera isn’t resting on his laurels and is now focused on the West Brom game this Saturday:
No time for feeling down,there are 4 finals left to fight for top 4/sin tiempo para lamentarse, nos quedan 4 finales pic.twitter.com/DMJTcxvx6v
It’s been a topsy turvy season for Man United filled with more twists and turns than a Formula One track and it is showing no signs of slowing with the season so close to being over.
United are still in the driving seat of their own top four fate but a win from Liverpool against Hull will bring them right back into contention, so van Gaal’s side can ill afford to have any more slip ups.