According to a news that was published by sports Online this morning, it was reported that Christian Eriksen acknowledged Manchester United's poor performance away from Old Trafford and he emphasized the need for improvement in the coming season.
The Denmark international believes that the team needs to finish the current season with a perfect home record while also aiming to improve their away performances.
According to Eriksen, He said, "In the end, of course, for next season, we need to be as good as at home, but also away. And then it's going to be a fun season.
United's midfielder also believes that they know where they can pick up extra points and are feeling secure while playing at home. The team is now focusing on finishing the league on a high with three wins in their remaining games.
Currently, the Red Devils are sitting firmly in the 4th spot in the Premier League table with 66 points.
Erik ten Hag's squad will play their last away game of the season against Bournemouth on May 20. After that, Manchester United will play their final two league matches of the season against Chelsea and Fulham on May 25 and 28, respectively at Old Trafford.
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