Wales coach Ryan Giggs believes Manchester United can still finish in the top four despite the slow start in the premier league.
Writing for Sky Sports, Giggs declared: “The top four at the moment looks a long way away, but there’s a long way to go in the season and that’s the plus.
“They’ve got to start winning if they have any ambitions of finishing in the top four and they are stuttering at the moment results-wise.
“It would be good to beat Fulham at home because we’ve seen that in the bigger games, okay we got beat by Tottenham, who played pretty well, and against City too, but at Chelsea, we played really well, so we are going to be up for the big games. It’s just these sides outside the top six where we’ve stuttered.
“It is not going to be easy against Fulham because Claudio Ranieri’s just taken over there, but they are bottom and if you have any top four aspirations you’ve got to win these games.”
Ryan Giggs spent his whole football career at United, winning the premier league on 13 occasions and holds the club’s record for competitive appearances in the premier league (632). He scored 109 goals and 162 assists.