United are fifth in the table, 18 points adrift of leaders Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho's men have struggled to score goals, relying heavily on Ibrahimovic, who's bagged 17 in his first campaign in English football.
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And though the 35-year-old feels United have had a "great" season, he says the team is where they should be.
He told BT Sport: "The table does not lie. I think the team is where it is because it is what it is.
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic
"If we were number one, we would be number one.
"I think we've had a great season. We were unlucky in some games, some games we've made mistakes.
"But I don't think the table is lying because we have done more than I thought we would do."
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