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Ten Hag explains why he thinks Man United are ‘making good steps’

Erik ten Hag has explained why he thinks Manchester United are ‘making good steps’ following a three-game winning run.

After opening the season with consecutive defeats to sit bottom of the Premier League, the Red Devils have responded with three Premier League wins in a row to climb up to fifth.

 

Ten Hag’s team will be hoping to maintain that momentum when league leaders Arsenal visit Old Trafford on Sunday, and the Dutchman admits he has seen positive signs from his squad in recent games.

However, the 52-year-old wants to continue seeing improvement as United look to challenge for a top four finish this season.

“I have seen some good stuff,” Ten Hag said at his pre-match press conference.

“It’s more than details but I see structures are coming. We are constructing and that’s good to see. But we have to do that and improve from game to game.

“That is work on the training ground, that is work on the video and that is work in the games. “It’s about formation, about getting and creating lines and then making the right decisions.

“But also the decisions on the ball and out of possession, we are making good steps, we have a base but there’s still a lot of room for improvement.”

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