Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho, has vowed to hunt down the teams above them in the Premier League.
The Red Devils claimed their fourth Premier League wins in a row, with a 3-1 win over Sunderland on Boxing Day.
Although United remain sixth, Mourinho is confident that his players can close the gap on teams ahead of them.
“I don’t care [about the table], honestly,” he said after the match.
“I care about the way we play, I care about our results and to get the maximum points possible and what happens, happens.
“Last week, Man City against Arsenal, somebody has to lose points, and more of those matches will come. We’re playing well, we’re more confident.
“We’ve had good performances for quite some time. Finally we have the good results – four victories and 12 points in a row.
“The players know the principles of how we play and they’re comfortable, but we need to improve.”