Diogo Dalot insists Manchester United’s main motto is to finish in the top four at the end of the season.
Dalot made his Premier League debut against Arsenal in the last match and was very impressive throughout the match. United looked lively and had the intent to grind out a result but couldn’t manage a win.
The Portuguese youngster has been touted as the next Gary Neville by Jose Mourinho and is likely to get more game time as the season gets through.
David De Gea failed to deal with Shkodran Mustafi’s header and the ball just crossed the goal line as the Gunners took the lead. United immediately replied as Anthony Martial fired in from Ander Herrera’s pass.
Marcos Rojo’s own goal looked to have given Arsenal a long waited victory at the Old Trafford but Jesse Lingard scored just after few seconds to restore parity.
Dalot said, “Fulham is a big game.
“I think in the Premier League it’s always a big game – that’s one of the things I have noticed here.
“There’s no weak games, there’s no chance to relax and most of all for us because we need to get points and to climb up the table. That’s what we want.
“We sleep thinking about (getting into the top four) and we wake up thinking about that and for sure we will get there.
“I think it is our main goal for now to get into the top four and we are going to fight for that and I think we will get there.”