Manchester United can pick up where they left off when the season restarts, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
When the season was suspended on March 13, United were on an 11-match unbeaten run in all competitions, up to fifth in the league and still in the FA Cup and Europa League.
The enforced break could not have come at a worse time for the Reds, but Solskjaer is confident his players can continue their decent run – if and when the campaign resumes.
"Yes we can kick on,” said Solskjaer.
“I'm sure we can get a good start and climb up that table – because that's what we need to do – if we keep doing the right things.
“If the league is going to be finished with games, either with crowds or behind closed doors, we need to be ready to catch up a few points to move up the table.
"I've always been impressed by the players when we've had breaks. When we came back for pre-season, they were really focused.
“The coaches have been tremendous and they're working on a plan now. Do we have two weeks of pre-season? Do we have three weeks' pre-season?
“So they're ready to kick on and the players have targeted those positions just ahead of us.
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