Manchester: David de Gea has challenged Manchester United to get as close as possible to runaway leaders Chelsea as Jose Mourinho’s side battle to finish in the top four. Mourinho’s men could climb a place or two should they beat Watford today.
“I think we’re in good form. We’re on a 15-match unbeaten run in the League,” De Gea said. “The team are doing well. We must continue down this route to get into the top four as soon as possible. We are all going to fight to get as close as possible to Chelsea but they are very well placed,” De Gea added.
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