Manchester United defender Antonio Valencia believes his side can look forward to next season with more positivity given the signs of improvement this term.
Jose Mourinho’s men are riding high after a comeback win over bitter rivals Manchester City last time out, but they remain thirteen points behind Pep Guardiola’s side in the Premier League.
That said, Valencia believes there have been a number of positive signs that show United need to improve next season and can look ahead to the campaign with optimism because of the progress made this year.
“I think it’s positive thoughts throughout when you look back on things”, Valencia told United Review.
“We’ve scored more goals, picked up more points, conceded fewer and I think we’ve played better.
“You want to take that forward into next season and try to put things right that maybe haven’t gone so well this season and improve upon results in games.
“We want to win even more games and not slip up in the type of the matches where we might have slipped up this season.
“All that considered, it’s looking good for next season and let’s hope we can be fighting for every trophy that’s available to us.”