With a full return under his belt and plenty still to play for, Christian Eriksen wants a strong end to the season for Manchester United.
Christian Eriksen expects Manchester United can battle all the way through the rest of a busy season following his full return from injury.
The Denmark international made his first start since January during Sunday’s 2-0 win in the Premier League over Nottingham Forest.
After minutes off the bench against Everton and Sevilla, Eriksen is back to help United contend for further silverware in the FA Cup and Europa League.
But he says it is imperative Erik ten Hag’s side do not neglect the league, as they aim to secure Champions League football for next season.
“Every game now until the end is going to be very important,” he told MUTV. “Someone is going to drop down, [and] someone’s going to go in front.
“So if we stay on the front foot like we are now, we’re going to be in a very good position and be safe for the Champions League before the season is done.”
A post-EFL Cup wobble looks to be behind United, though they conceded twice late on against Sevilla in Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final first leg.
Victory over Forest, particularly with several key stars on the sidelines, emphasised what Eriksen feels to be a strong squad ethos over recent months.
“They’ve impressed me,” he added. “They’ve kept the intensity, they’ve kept the level for how they play. The games, everything, even from the outside, has been looking good.
“If you take into account how we started [the season], it’s a completely different feeling around the club and also on the pitch. The feeling around the boys is really good.”