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Harry Maguire: Man. Utd not just after Champions League spot.

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Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire has revealed that the club wants to be challenging for Premier League titles, not just Champions League spots.

The Captain made this known on a new interview with Gary Neville on Sky Sports’ The Football Show.

After the departure of the former captain, Ashley Young, Harry Maguire, who joined United from Leicester for £80m last summer, was made captain of the club.

He has so far proved himself and enjoyed an impressive first season at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, he added that the club’s ambitions are bigger than a Champions League spot, and he can see the improvement, particularly in defense.

“I think you can see from the start of the season we look a lot more like a team, we can probably see where we want to go, where we want to head. I knew when I first came to Manchester United that Ole said to me loads and loads it’s a building process but we’ll be where we want to be. I can see where we’re heading and the style he wants to implement on the team.

“Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of aspects we need to improve to get to the top of where we want to be. We don’t want to be challenging for this Champions League spot, we want to be challenging for titles.

“We know there’s still a lot of improvement to get there, but we’re on the right track and I’m sure eventually we will get there.”

Maguire says the reason for the upturn in defensive form is increased competition with the emergence of younger players and returning injured players, and also their improvement at defending set-pieces.

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