Manchester United legend Roy Keane believes that a lot still has to be done at Old Trafford to get the team back into winning ways.
Speaking to Skysports on The Football Show, the former captain said more signings should be done if the club hopes to shine again.
“There is certainly a feel-good factor back at United over the last couple of games. But it’s still a long way back for United yet; they are a long way behind Manchester City and Liverpool. The signs are obviously a lot better than they were six-12 months ago, the signings have all settled in well and will only get better with time.”
Keane, who featured for Manchester United for over 10 years, said: “If we get around to playing games and have a good finish to the season, get one or two very good players again in the summer then that’s another big step in terms of their recovery, but there is still a bit to go.”
He is the joint-most successful Irish footballer of all time, having won 19 major trophies, 17 of which came at Manchester United, in his club career.
Since the retirement of long-time manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, the Red Devils have never won the English Premier League (EPL) and they have missed several champions league outings.
Before the EPL was suspended, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s boys were at position five, with 45 points, having played 29 matches.