Recently Manchester United has lost three games in their last four games this season.Thus they are fourth in the premier League,with 13 points.
However, Manchester United are preparing to host Villarreal in their first champions League group.The game will be held at the old Trafford.
However, Raphael varane has said that Manchester United will pick up again after the three defeats they have had.
"What I've been able to see is, with my teammates, there's a lot of quality in our squad and our team,We've got huge potential, I'm convinced of it."he said.
Varane said that they are really working hard and he is sure that they will be on the top of the table this season under ole Gunnar solskjaer.
"We're working really hard, we're working really well in training. I think we're improving all the time. Since the start of the season, I think we're on a positive, upward curve.
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