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Manchester United is making a late push for a top-four finish in the Premier League, with former skipper Roy Keane and manager Erik ten Hag expressing their belief in the team's chances. Despite being only three points closer to the top four since December, United's recent wins and the momentum they have built are giving them hope. Their latest victory against Aston Villa leaves them just six points behind fourth-placed Spurs, with winnable matches ahead. Keane and ten Hag both highlight the importance of belief and confidence in chasing down the teams ahead of them.
"They have the momentum... They are hunting them down."
Ten Hag emphasizes the significance of belief and confidence in his team's ability to win games. He mentions their previous matches against Arsenal and Liverpool, where they could have won but lacked belief. He believes that if his team maintains their current belief, they can defeat any opponent, whether home or away.
"We could have won in Arsenal, we deserved to win there, and we could have won in Liverpool, it is about belief and this team today believed we could win."