Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal keen not to get carried away following Arsenal victory

Despite recently ending their wait for an away win in the Premier League, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal insists his side still have work to be done, reports Sky Sports.

“It’s the first away victory and the players are very excited but it’s just one victory and we have to confirm it by winning the next two home games. Then we can say we have the spirit and we can look up, not down, in the table. The media said facing Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal was a test. Well we have finished this test now and it’s fantastic to be in the top-four,” Van Gaal said.

Manchester United have started to come into some form, and pulled off a surprise win against Arsenal at the Emirates with a heavily injured squad. The Red Devils now find themselves in the top-four of the Premier League, and have Hull City (home) & Stoke City (home) to come, which should see them cement their position even more.

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