Manchester United caretaker Manager, Ole Gunnar has said the top-four remains a battle field for the English Premier League top flights seeking a place to land in Champions League qualifiers next season.
Ole said this after his first league defeat in charge of the Red Devils to Arsenal on Sunday.
Goals from Granit Xhaka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leapfrogged Emery’s men over United into fourth place.
United now stand two points behind in fifth and three behind third-placed Tottenham.
Speaking after the match Ole said it’s a tight situation but has no fears;
”It’s very tight. I don’t think nerves come into it yet.
”Spurs lost, we lost, and Chelsea drew so it’s going to go down to the wire, the last few games.
”We’ve given ourselves a great chance to be in that fight, we’re two points behind fourth, three behind third which is a great position to be in,” Ole told Sky Sports.