Scott Mctominay says that inconsistencies are hurting Manchester United’s track record

Scotland and Manchester United midfielder Scott Mctominay is desperate to win a trophy with the club. He believes they have the quality to do so under Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

Scott Mctominay
Scott Mctominay

Manchester United midfielder Scott Mctominay believes that the team is headed in the right direction under Ole Gunnar Solskjær. However he says that they need to be more consistent with their play in order to compete for silverware. United are currently second in the Premier League table but are miles away from Manchester City.

Scott Mctominay wants to win silverware with Manchester United

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær

The Scottish international has made it very clear that his sole aim at the moment remains to win trophies with Manchester United. He’s spoken about this matter before as well and stressed that winning tournaments with the club remains his number one priority and he’s desperate to do so.

Manchester United are still in contention to lift the UEFA Europa League trophy after defeating Italian club AC Milan in the previous stage. They won the tie 2-1 on aggregate to progress through to the next round. After exiting the FA Cup quarter-final courtesy of a 3-1 loss at the hands of Leicester City, Mctominay believes that under Solskjær they need to show up in the big matches.

Mctominay himself had a fine international break with Scotland. They drew with Israel and Austria followed by a 4-0 win over Faroe Islands  mean Scotland sit second in their World Cup qualifying group. They can now turn their attention to this summer’s European Championships, their first major tournament for more than 20 years.

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Scott Mctominay

“We’ve got a good group of players with top, top quality,” McTominay said.

“People are quite quick to forget how well we’ve done at times. It’s the sloppy results that have let us down. This team is evolving. It’s not a time to panic.”

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