Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho believes they’ve laid the foundation needed for a better future.
United are fighting for a talented four finish, having already won the EFL Cup and secured a spot in the Europa League semifinal.
The Red Devils will move into the top four at the expense of Manchester City, should they beat their rivals on Thursday.
But Mourinho says he is not concerned by titles at this stage and is instead focused on building for the future.
“It doesn’t matter what happens in terms of titles we win or don’t win,” he told Sky Sports. “I always feel that the season is very important for me, the players and the club.
“I would say this can be the first season of the next five or six or seven. It can be the first season of better years.
“And the reality is even in the first season of better years we won already and we have already the chance to do good things until the end of the season.
“If we manage to win the Europa League and in August to play the European Super Cup against the Champions League winner, it will be magnificent.”