HARRY MAGUIRE believes that Manchester Uniteds “frightening” attack can fire them into the top four.
Victory over rivals Manchester City took United to fifth – within five points of the Champions League spots.
The 2-1 Etihad triumph also eased pressure on boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Maguire, who skippered United on Saturday, said: The top four is in sight but we just keep looking after our own results.
Over the last month or so, as a defender, I look at the forwards and think theyre going to score.
The front four in the first half was frightening.
Theyre a big threat, theyre top players, great talent and I think its all coming together now.
But were not getting carried away. Its a big three points, a special win.
At the start of the season we didnt really score more than one a game but were back to scoring.
United are unbeaten in five Prem matches with their first back-to-back league wins since totally unravelling in March.
Centre-back Maguire, 26, added: We feel this year we havent got results in some games where we deserved the three points.
The last two games, I dont think anyone can question weve deserved both victories.