Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has admitted his team needs to improve despite a 4-0 bashing of Chelsea, Concise News reports.
United beat Frank Lampard’s side in their 2019/20 Premier League opener at Old Trafford on Sunday.
However, Solskjaer is demanding more from his charges as they seek a strong challenge for the crown.
“We have found a way we want to play that we believe in,” he said after the match.
“This is just the start — the more we get to play with each other and show we’re a team, the more we’ll improve.
“The boys have been excellent since July 1 and have been fit enough to implement what we wanted to do. The team spirit has been fantastic.”
He added, however, that “it’s still a work in progress, we know we’re not anywhere near the finished article and there is loads of improvement to be made.
“We have to play better than this to get results against loads of teams.”