Friday, 18th April, 2014

David Moyes has warned Arsenal and Everton that Manchester United have not yet given up hope of finishing in the top four this season.

The Red Devils currently sit seventh in the Premier League with 57 points from 33 games. Everton are fifth with 66 points and Arsenal fourth with 67 points. However, both have played a game more than Manchester United, meaning Moyes' men can draw to within seven points of fourth with four to play.

And the former Everton manager has not given up hope of achieving what looks almost impossible, as he bids to bring Champions League football to Old Trafford in 2014/15.

"We've said we'll never give in and we won't until we just can't do that", he told a press conference via MUTV.


"Obviously it's nearly mathematically impossible but we're still trying to make it happen if we can", Moyes continued.

But Moyes knows his team will need to beat Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday, a task he does not underestimate.

"It's a tough game going to Goodison for any team at any time, as I should know, but we go there with a good away record and will try to make that work again."

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