Gary Neville says Manchester United ‘have to be careful’ as the club prepare for a difficult run of fixtures.
Caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has transformed the club’s fortunes following a difficult start to the season, with Sunday’s defeat at Arsenal the first league loss the Norwegian has suffered since his appointment in December.
Manchester United have also advanced to the Champions League quarter-finals after beating French champions PSG on away goals, but former United defender Neville has urged caution ahead of what he describes as a ‘testing period’.
“If you start to look at the period from April 9-28 it’s a real testing period,” Neville told Sky Sports.
“With the squad that is creaking a little bit. There is a long way to go for this to be a successful season for United.
“They have to be careful not to end up falling in between everything and doing well but not really concentrating on one competition more than the other.
“That’s something which Ole has to concentrate on in this next five or six weeks.”
United face Wolves away in the sixth round of the FA Cup this weekend.