If we got second but we’re 20points behind city would that really be good enough? We’re miles behind city in every aspect at the moment and it hurts , we need some big changes at the club we’re never going to win a league with the glaziers in charge,

Depends how many points we get if we get to 75-80 points and they get 90 then fair enough we've massively improved our points total from the previous seasons but that becomes the new bar next season can we get to 80-85. At current pace Utd will get 73 City will get 91 I expect Utd will creep up a bit and City may drop off a little bit that's a bit gap to close but we're dealing with a very consistent opponent they had a bit of a wobble last season and Liverpool pounced on it next time they wobble Utd need to be the one ready to pounce.

It's all about our progress if City want to keep the bar that high and hit 90 odd points every season the challenge is on us to go match that but we aren't going to suddenly jump to 65-70 points a season to 90 points. 4 months ago no one say this run from City coming but they've found a formula that works and been an unstoppable force.

I actually think we can win the league despite the owners we have we just need to spend our money wisely because of FFP we can actually spend on par with City but what we're not doing is spending it very well and they also recycle players well. They have guys who come in for £30m do a job for them for a few seasons then leave for a similar fee Utd seem to hold on to players to squeeze every last drop from them which has to stop. This doesn't mean we buy cheap it means when we buy we have to buy right we can't afford mistakes we need the investment in kids like Amad and Pellestri to pay off big time but that sort of model is risky as development of talent is tough.

A big thing towards building that squad will be consistent top 4 finishes and starting to compete in the CL again as competing at that level bringing back those glory nights at Old Trafford will attract the top players and you need the CL money to pay their wages.