Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick has declared spirits are high after victory over Brentford.
Rangnick says the team is finding form in the final weeks of the season.
He said: “I think the last two home games, we got four points against Chelsea and Brentford, we spoke about the Brentford game it was one of our best games in possible of the ball and in the last six months and I am positive the team will play at the same kind of level at Brighton and two weeks time at Crystal Palace. What I like is they had fun playing together on the pitch and this is exactly the same kind of approach we need for the game tomorrow.
“I think it was visible against Brentford. This was not only my subjective opinion, you could see they enjoyed themselves on the pitch. Not everything was perfect, but in possession we controlled the game. In regard to next season, there will be some changes with quite a few players’ contracts expiring. New players who join us here and players with long-term contracts, it’s something that needs to be discussed with the board.
“Erik (ten Hag) needs to say which players he wants to work with. I’m positive with the players who are here and new players the pathway could be a positive one and that is what we are trying to achieve.”