Gary Neville has given his views on what would be a good season for Manchester United, with Ralf Rangnick leading the side until the summer.
Rangnick won his first game in charge on Sunday, with a narrow 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, in what was only their second Premier League win at home since September.
Michael Carrick stepped in as caretaker manager following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and remained unbeaten for his three games in charge, but left the club entirely as Rangnick came in, giving the German a clean slate.
Rangnick has started brightly, picking up where Carrick left off, and Neville believes that he has an "incredible" chance this season.
United are currently sixth in the Premier League, but although they are only four points off the top four, they trail leaders Manchester City by 11 points, but a title charge has already been written off this season.
With the pressure of a title race already disregarded, Neville outlined to Sky Sports what he though would be a fantastic year for United under Rangnick at this current stage: "I think if you're being sensible, top four would be a target.
"What's happened already this season means any manager coming in can't win the league. I don't think they're good enough anyway, we didn't have them down as winning the league at the start of the season.
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"They could certainly have a good season and finish in the top four. It would be incredible if they could win one of the cups, that would be a fantastic season for Ralf Rangnick, that would be a great success."
United are already through to the knockout stages of the Champions League with a game spare, and although they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by West Ham, they have been drawn against Aston Villa in the third round of the FA Cup.
Unless a serious European challenge is mounted against the odds, top four and an FA Cup remains the most realistic route for success this season.
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