London [U.K], April 10 (ANI): Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has insisted that his side are still fighting for a top-four finish in the Premier League following their recent 3-0 win against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
The Reds have won the last three away games in the Premier League, scoring three times in wins at Leicester City, Middlesbrough and now Sunderland, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford grabbing the goals at the Stadium of Light. The Portuguese admits a top-four finish is not something the club can settle for - but will they achieve it this season?
"The result was helped by the referee".
Sunderland will appeal against the red card shown to Sebastian Larsson in Sunday's defeat to Manchester United.
'I think it was more Herrera's scream made it a lot worse than it was'.
"We were hanging in the game and staying in the game and trying to do our best".
"We have had as our attacking players Fabio Borini, Adnan Januzaj, Wahbi Khazri, Jermain Defoe and the other was Victor Anichebe, who gave us a completely different type of centre-forward from all the others".
Sunderland face West Ham United in the Stadium of Light on Saturday and Moyes insisted he can not ask for more from his players regardless of the team having won just one match since December. But we need to just carry on, keep going because it's not good enough, let's be honest, it's definitely not good enough. The lads are doing everything they can.
He added: "It is probably more hard because we have a game less, it makes it tougher".
'Sometimes what you do when you play in midfield is you look who you are playing against, and Herrera has got a little bit of previous, and as Larsson goes in he does extend his foot.