Marouane Fellaini thinks a top-four finish is a minimum requirement for Manchester United
Under Jose Mourinho, Manchester United are unbeaten in 15 Premier League games.
However, they are currently two points off the top four in sixth spot.
With the visit of Watford tomorrow (3pm), whom they lost to 3-1 earlier in the campaign, United have little room for slip-ups.
And Fellaini, who has become increasingly influential at United, insists securing Champions League football for a club of its size is the bare minimum.
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“A club like Manchester United, we have to play Champions League so the minimum is to be top four,” Fellaini told the Daily Telegraph.
“At the beginning of the season, we wanted to be champions. That’s normal at this club.
“But we lost points, we drew a lot. Games like Stoke and Hull and Burnley at home, we should win but we didn’t.
“Six points is a lot to drop in the Premier League.
“It’s going to be difficult to be champions this season. But next season, we will do everything to be champions again.
“To fight again to be the biggest team. Four years is too long.”