Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick revealed that he is more than happy with the attitude of the players in the squad while admitting that the club will decide about his future. Ragnick took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer towards the end of November. He helped United to their first clean sheet against Crystal Palace and is unbeaten after the draw in the Champions League against Young Boys.
“So far, I’m more than happy with their attitude and eagerness to learn and get information that will help them get better not only against [without] the ball but with it,” Man Utd boss Ralf Rangnick said. “Having only two clean sheets until the Crystal Palace game and having no clean sheets since April at Old Trafford, it was very clear for me where our first focus should be for the first couple of days and weeks.”
“If we can produce more clean sheets, if we don’t even allow [the opponent] to even shoot on our goal, the more I’m convinced that we will win games because with this group of players we are always capable of creating chances and scoring goals,” he added. “I know them better than I did seven or eight games ago and now it’s about continuing to build on what we showed, especially against Crystal Palace. It’s a challenging game coming up at Norwich – with a new manager there, they have improved, they’re playing with a different style – more direct, more vertical – but if we build on the performance against Palace, I believe we have a good chance to win the game.”