Solskjaer claims United will learn from their loss in the Europa League final to Villarreal as he insists that his side will get better next season.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer claims that his side will learn from the defeat in Europa League against Villarreal.
Solskjaer’s men were held to a 1-1 draw in full time and extra time in the Europa League in Poland.
United goal keeper David De Gea lost from spot kick in the penalty shootout after 22 penalties were taken.
The Norwegian has stated that they have will learn a lot from their failure and also have to be strong.
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“You’ve got to be strong. You’ve got to learn from failure”, Solskjaer said.
“You’ve got to learn from disappointment, because it’s a lesson. It’s a lesson that we’re not still where we want to be.
“We’re still not at the quality we want to be. We go away now. Some have the Euros, some have the holidays.
“The one thing that’s definite is that everyone has to come back with a desire to improve and I’m sure they will have this feeling for a couple of days and come back stronger.”
United manager on getting better.
He stated that they have to get better claiming they had a difficult start to the season but insist they are getting closer.
“We need to get better, as simple as”, He explained. “We have done really well this season coming through the start was really difficult.
“We had no pre-season whatsoever and lost three of the first six games, all of them at home.
“We pushed in the league, maybe got closer to the top than we thought and we got to a final, but you need to win these finals to make it a good season.”
“We are getting closer and closer and better. We are one kick away today from having a trophy and having a good night.
“But we have got to have the desire to come back next year and improve and get better, and that will be about the margins. The only way to get the margins on your side is to work harder and better.”