Mason Greenwood is reluctant to surrender the title race as the Manchester United star is as yet holding out trust that Manchester City could slip.
Manchester City have amassed an important lead over runner up Manchester United, with the two teams having only six games left to play in the Premier League this season. Be that as it may, after Sunday's 3-1 success over Burnley, Greenwood says United will battle on until the end in their quest for a Premier League title. "You can never be certain, they may slip. we need to focus on our next games," Greenwood disclosed to Sky Sports. "Anything's possible, Hopefully they [Manchester City] drop a few point yet we simply need to stay focused on our games." Greenwood was the central catalyst behind United's success over Burnley, with the adolescent attacker scoring twice in the 3-1 win.
With the goals, he moved close by Wayne Rooney as United's top teen goalscorers while keeping the club's thin Premier League title hopes alive. "I stay on track," he told Sky. "I realized my goals would come and held my head down and I've accepted my opportunities." He added: "I like to do that, cut inside like that. I did it last season yet you need to blend it up so defenders don't get you out. Happy with both of my goals. "I'm happy I'm playing a lot, Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] believes in me and I put forth a valiant effort on the pitch and attempt to help my team-mates and it's appearing on the pitch."