Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, has said he expected the club to qualify for the Champions League.
He, however, lamented that the club were not consistent which had led to its failure to qualify for the tournament.
63-year-old said: “I’m not completely happy with those six months.
“I expected us to qualify for the Champions League. That was the goal we had, but we were not consistent enough.
“We had two or three breaks [in my time in charge]. One of them we had hardly any players there [due to coronavirus]. We were also not able to bring in any new players in January. I would have hoped and expected we won more points. We could easily have had eight or 10 points more.”
Rangnick was brought in on a six months contract following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He will now be replaced by Erik ten Hag on full-time basis.